Veneer 27 May 2015

Oak European

Color:

The coloring varies from beige to honey yellow.

Veneer 27 May 2015

Wenge

Color:

The sapwood is gray-white, the heartwood is fresh and light, later darkening to coffee brown.

Veneer 27 May 2015

Walnut European

Color:

The color ranges from golden brown to dark brown, depending strongly on age and location.

Veneer 25 May 2015

Walnut

Color:

The coloring tends toward violet-brown.

Veneer 25 May 2015

Maple Curly

Color:

Light, nearly whitish

Characteristics:

Curly is the extremely decorative, wavy pattern; this burl texture is only found in very small numbers of maple logs.

Veneer 25 May 2015

Cherry European

Color:

Initially a soft pink, when exposed to light the wood takes on a warm tone. Fine pores, very uniform and typically exhibiting a semi gloss.

Veneer 25 May 2015

Sucupira

Color:

The heartwood is yellow-brown to chocolate brown, depending on the type of wood, streaked with lighter, more yellowish veins.

Veneer 25 May 2015

Sapelli

Color:

Initially pink, Sapelli darkens in time to a deep red-brown. Character of the grain: Depending on the type of cut, interesting effects can be achieved: quarter-slicing yields a plain veneer pattern with the glossy stripes typical of Sapelli, flat slicing yields veneer with a flowery structure.

Veneer 25 May 2015

Santos Rosewood

Color:

The lighter red and more striking the color, the higher is the value of the wood.

Veneer 18 August 2014

Afrormosia

Color:

Heartwood from bright olive yellow to gold-brown (similar to teak). The wood darkens when allowed to dry further and takes on a yellowish color.