Veneer samples

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FSC® Straight Grain Swiss Pear

Name: Swiss Pear (Pyrus Communis)

Sub Name: The name Fruitwood has been used in the past in conjunction with Apple mainly in connection with furniture making.

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FSC® Straight Grain Tineo

Name: Tineo (Weinmannia trichosperma)

Sub Name: Indian Apple

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FSC® Straight Grain Toasted Bourneville Oak

Name: European Oak (Quercus Robur and Quercus Petraea mixed). Note: American Oak species are separately described.

Sub Name: English Oak is often described but this is not botanically distinguishable. The name Brown Oak is given to wood infected with liver fungus (Fistulina Hipatica) which imparts a warm brown colouration to the wood.

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FSC® Straight Grain Toasted Chestnut Brown European Oak

Name: European Oak (Quercus Robur and Quercus Petraea mixed). Note: American Oak species are separately described.

Sub Name: English Oak is often described but this is not botanically distinguishable. The name Brown Oak is given to wood infected with liver fungus (Fistulina Hipatica) which imparts a warm brown colouration to the wood.

SAMPLES OF THIS VENEER ARE NOT READILY AVAILABLE. CONTACT SHADBOLT TO ORGANISE A BESPOKE SAMPLE.

FSC® Straight Grain Toasted Cortado European Oak

Name: European Oak (Quercus Robur and Quercus Petraea mixed). Note: American Oak species are separately described.

Sub Name: English Oak is often described but this is not botanically distinguishable. The name Brown Oak is given to wood infected with liver fungus (Fistulina Hipatica) which imparts a warm brown colouration to the wood.

SAMPLES OF THIS VENEER ARE NOT READILY AVAILABLE. CONTACT SHADBOLT TO ORGANISE A BESPOKE SAMPLE.

FSC® Straight Grain Toasted Espresso European Oak

Name: European Oak (Quercus Robur and Quercus Petraea mixed) Note: American Oak species are separately described.

Sub Name: English Oak is often described but this is not botanically distinguishable. The name Brown Oak is given to wood infected with liver fungus (Fistulina Hipatica) which imparts a warm brown colouration to the wood.

SAMPLES OF THIS VENEER ARE NOT READILY AVAILABLE. CONTACT SHADBOLT TO ORGANISE A BESPOKE SAMPLE.

FSC® Straight Grain Weathered Maple

Name: Principally Sugar Maple (Acer saccharum ), Black Maple (A. nigrum), Red Maple (A. rubrum) and Silver Maple (A. saccharinum).

Sub Name: Sugar Maple and Black Maple are grouped, in respect of the properties of their timber, under the name Hard Maple. Red and Silver Maple are grouped as Soft Maple.

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FSC® Straight Grain Weathered Sycamore

Name: Sycamore (Acer Pseudoplatanus)

Sub Name: In the UK – Sycamore Plane, Great Maple, Scotch Plane. In the USA the name Sycamore refers to the American western Plane (Platanus occidentalis) .

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FSC® Straight Grain Wenge

Name: Wenge, a dark colored wood, is the product of Millettia laurentii.

Sub Name: Other names sometimes used for wenge include African rosewood (ambiguous), faux ebony, dikela, mibotu, bokonge and awong.

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FSC® Straight Grain White Beech

Name: Beech (Fagus Sylvatica)

Sub Name: White Beech (unsteamed), Steamed Beech

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Straight Grain Bog Oak

Name: European Oak (Quercus Robur and Quercus Petraea mixed)Note: American Oak species are separately described.

Sub Name: English Oak is often described but this is not botanically distinguishable. The name Brown Oak is given to wood infected with liver fungus (Fistulina Hipatica) which imparts a warm brown colouration to the wood.

THIS VENEER IS NOT READILY AVAILABLE. CONTACT SHADBOLT TO ORGANISE AN ALTERNATIVE BESPOKE SAMPLE.