Warm colour, rough texture and fine grain defined the african hard wood Tali.
Tali also known as Elondo, is an exotic species that grows in the West , East and Central of Africa.
The sapwood colour varies from the White yellow to pinkish White, and the heartwood of the yellowish-brown to the reddish-brown, that is darker on the basis of their exposure to light. The sapwood are clearly separated and the growth rings are inconspicuous and when they are wide are underlined by a thin vein of Brown. Its fibre is very intertwined and its grain is thick.
Tali Quarter Cut shows a texture very rich in variations of similar appearance to other African species as Ember or Etimoe.
This tropical hardwood is widely used among other things for exterior and interior joinery, furniture-making and paneling.
Tali Quarter Cut Fumé speeds up the natural ageing process. The fuming reacts with the acid in the older mature wood, changing its colour.
The result of this process is a high density wood with a barely noticeable grain. Their colours vary from golden brown to blackish brown and the brightness of this finish is very notable.
Tali Quarter Cut Fumé is a tropical wood that brings vitality and dynamism. It is especially suitable for comercial or transit spaces.