Teak quarter cut veneer

Above you see an example of quartered Teak veneer. If you are interested in this specie, please do not hesitate to contact us.

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Characteristics of Teak quarter cut veneer

Latin name:

Tectona grandis L. f.; Fam. Verbenaceae

Other names:

Sagwan, Kyun, Jati, Tek, May Sak


very resistant against insects and decay, surface is slightly oily, instead of varnishing Teak is usually oiled; one of only few tropical woods that can be cultivated in plantations; valuable

Wood color:

dark yellow when first cut, darkening to deep brown under exposure to light, dark olive brown to black stripes, Teak is differed in Golden and Streaked Teak


South and South East Asia, f.e. Vietnam, India, Thailand, Indonesia; Panama, Columbia, Ecuador


used as lumber, plywood and veneers for furniture, architectural woodworks, interior design, joinery, cabinetry, panelings, parquet flooring, ship and boat building, dock and harbour works

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