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Oak Quarter Cut Fumé

Quarter Cut Fumé Red Oak

This special veneer is an elegant finishing for distinguished spaces. Due to its clear structure and homogeneous colour, it can easily be used for inside carpentry. It colour is of course much complex and warm than those achieved through dyeing.

Quarter Cut Fumé Red Oak

Natural Oak is a hardwood and probably the most popular one in Europe and North America. It presents a light to medium brown heartwood, while it’s sapwood is clearly defined being almost white. Oak´s grain is very straight and shows a lot of short lines between the rays, especially when it is Quarter Sawn.

Quarter Cut Fumé Red Oak

Oak Quarter Cut Fumé: a special reference

For those who are looking for a more dense and dark surface, CHANNEL VENEERS has developed the smoking of Oak Quarter Cut. This innovative treatment makes possible to keep all the refinements of the natural wood colour and avoids the massive use of chemicals. The process also enhances the difference between sapwood and heartwood making possible to reach new decorative effects.

Quarter Cut Fumé Red Oak

Oak Quarter Cut Fumé might only be founded in CHANNEL VENEERS´s warehouses. The company offers a wide range of dimensions and is also able to supply large orders of this product on request. For further information on this reference or any other smoked wood veneer, please contact directly with the company.

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CHANNEL VENEERS is the world´s first veneer company by number of references. We offer hundreds of different wood surfaces that fit every design or atmosphere. We supply all over the world rare species, modified wood surfaces and exclusive decorative wood veneers for building, automotive, nautic and furniture sectors.

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