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Burmese Teak
 

Colour
Yellowish Brown, turning to golden-brown with age. Posseses a distinct oily feel and is strongly and characteristically scented.

Grain
Normally  straight, often wavy when grown in dry localities. Very coarse and uneven texture.

Hardness
640 – 880 Kg /M3

   
     
 
 
 
Burmese Walnut
 

Colour
Colour varies from light walnut brown to deep chocolate,

Grain
finely streaked with darker lines or dark brow.

Hardness
500 – 700 Kg/M3

   
 
Burmese Ironwood
 

Colour
Uniform reddish-brown with few markings, faintly veined with darker lines. Often streaky and speckled with gum. It turns to dark reddish brown with ageing.

Grain
Variable from straight to broadly interlocked, sometimes wavy. The texture is moderately fine and even.

Hardness
890 – 1150 Kg/ M3

   
       
 
   
 
Indonesia Teak
 
     
 

Close grained hardwood that has a natural oil content. Colour tone is lighter but closely resembles natural teak.

 
 
     
 
Merbau
 
 

Colour
Attractive deep coloured wood. Yellowish to orange-brown, weather to brown or dark red brown.

Grain
Grain is interlocked. Texture is coarse but even.

Hardness
515 – 1040 Kg / M3

 
 
       
 
Golden wood
 
     
 

Orange brown to brown, weathering to deep golden brown.

 

 
     
 
         
 
Keranji
 
     
 

Ranges from golden brown to reddish-brown weathering to dark brown with interlocked or wavy grains.

 
     
 
           
 
Rosewood

Colour
Bright yellowish red to dark brick red with occasional irregular darker lines.

Grain
Interlocked, producing a narrow ribbon figure, sometimes very beautifully curled and motted. Texture moderately coarse.

Hardness
860 – 1070 Kg/ M3

     
       
 
             
 
Kempas
 

Colour
Pinkish and darkening to a bright orange-red or deep brown with ages.

Grain
Interlocked and often very interlocked. Texture is coarse and even.

Hardness
770 – 1120 Kg/ M3

 
 
             
 
Yellow Balau
 

Colour
light to deep red-brown

Grain
Interlocked. Texture is moderately fine to slightly coarse and even.

Hardness
800 – 880 Kg/ M3

   
 
             

North America / Europe

 
White Oak
 

Colour
Attractive honey brown to light greyish brown with longer rays, showing pleasant figure

Grain
Mostly straight grained with a medium to coarse texture.

Hardness
700 – 900 Kg / M3

   
 
Hard Maple

Colour
Creamy white to light brown with a smooth texture and outstanding grain

Grain
Close fine texture and is generally straight grained, but t can also occur as “curly”, “Fiddleback” and “bird-eye” figure.

Hardness
600 – 800 Kg/M3

     
       
 
Beech
 

Colour
Light to dark reddish brown.

Grain
Generally straight grained with a close uniform texture.

Hardness
650 – 800 Kg/ M3

 
 
Cherry
 

Colour
Varies from red to reddish brown and will darken on exposure to light.

Grain
Fine and uniform straight grain, smooth texture.

Hardness
500 – 700 Kg/M3

   
 

South America

South American Golden Teak
 
     
 

Yellowish brown to orange brown, with the colour turing more uniform after ageing

 
 

Australia

Tasmanian Oak
 

Colour
Light in colour, varying from straw to reddish brown with intermediate shades of cream to pink.

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