Calamander wood, also known as Coromandel wood is a valuable wood that is produced by Diospyros quaesita in India and Sri Lanka. It is related to ebony. The wood is hazel-brown with black stripes, that is very hard and heavy.


The name of calamander comes from the sinhalese name, kalu-medhiriya, meaning dark chamber.

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