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Mukali Quarter Cut

Mukali Quarter Cut

Mukali Quarter Cut

Mukali, also known as Aningre or Anegre, grows in East and West of Africa, with a scarce export.

Mukali wood changes from yellowish white to a pale pink brown. The sapwood is not differentiated. It has a straight fibre or slightly interlocked.

It is a soft and porous wood, with medium weight, fine grane and medium texture. Due to this, it has a quite difficult machining .

Usually, Mukali is used for plywood, joinery and cabinetmaking, furniture, decorative recover, and of course, decorative veneer.

Organic Plainless.

The log quarter cut get a shining striped veneer with a simple outer aspect by cutting Valsaín log in quarters, whereas a tangential flat cut procures a clearly defined pattern because of its interlocked grain.

Plainness is the best quality of this wood veneer, reason why it is a very good choice for rustic or countryenvironment. Also, it is a very good option for almost all decoration atmosphere and design, because it is able to get very different sensations, depending the way you combine it, or the finishing you choose.


Cities - Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora

PEFC - Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification

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