Many pieces of different types of woods are used to construct a mosaic rosette. In this case, these woods are spalted tamarind, lacewood, and red heart. Small sheets are sanded to the same thickness and then cut into strips and the edges are sanded level. Each piece is then glued together separated by a thin piece of black fiber, cut again, and then positioned such that a circular rosette can be cut out. The design is random in this kind of rosette and so every one is unique. This one will be used in an upcoming build.