European Oak is one of the most popular wood veneers, versatile and varied in use and appearance. It is also known as English Oak or Oak. This hardwood is one of the dark european species, now also grows in Minor Asia and in the North of Africa.
This well known and loved species produces a myriad variety of different types of very useful veneer. Depending on the individual log and the way in which it is sliced, European Oak may be plain and straight grained with a minimal look, it may be highly figured with pronounced medullary rays, or crown-grained like many other types and even rustic looking with pips and burr clusters that can be spread over the full length of the log.
European Oak Quarter Cut presents a medullary rays that are displayed across the straight grain often to marked decorative effect known as ray figure or heavy figure. This with its coarse texture and its medium weight define this hardwood species.
The colour of the heartwood varies from light brown yellow to brown, and the sapwood is a little clearer and is clearly separated. Its fibre is straight and the grain is thick. Indeed, growth rings are visible and they are very marked.
Oak Quarter Cut Aged is one of the latest trend process in modified veneers. Aged veneers imitate natural aging evolution of the wood. Also is known as “silver aged” because the result of the process is a silver unique colour. Moreover, Oak is one of the species with amazing results in special character logs.
Oak Quarter Cut Aged conquests because of the loved appeal of natural wood aged. Perfect to recreate rural environments and enhance the historical roots of the place.
In addition, this piece can be achieved a perfect balance between historical architectural language and the avant-garde finishes and decoration materials. The result, a quiet and serene atmosphere that is breathed in all and each one of its corners.