1934C.P. Swart Supplement to Pettman. 87Kejaat,..The South African teak; the wood is dark-brown, with a conspicuous grain, presenting a beautiful appearance. The wood is extremely durable and is extensively used for furniture and high-class joinery.
1951N.L. KingTree-Planting 70Pterocarpus angolensis (Kiaat), A small to medium-sized tree with sweetly scented, yellowish flowers which appear before the leaves.
1969I. VaughanLast of Sunlit Yrs 53The huge old stable door of polished Kiaat, with giant steel locks.
1971Baraitser & ObholzerCape Country Furn. 279Kiaat is also known as blood wood, Transvaal teak and Kehatenhout. Kiaat is a medium sized tree, usually not exceeding 13m in height.
1984S. Afr. Panorama Feb. 39Of all the indigenous woods used for furniture, kiaat has one of the most beautiful grains.
1987S. Afr. Panorama Sept. 15Stately kiaat trees covered with yellow sweetpea blooms.
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