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The supply of all veneers is subject to availability. Please note that images may appear different in colour and tone on different monitors and computers. Veneer is a natural product and so its appearance may vary considerably from log to log and batch to batch. As with other dyed products such as fabrics, all TrueGrain veneers may vary slightly in colour and pattern from dye-lot to dye-lot. For consistency across a project, all veneer should be ordered at one time, identified by the project name. In the case of very large projects, it is best if at least four months' notice is given to Briggs Veneers, with information on the quantity of veneer and date required, so we can look to having multiple crates manufactured in one dye-lot. The same coating system and processing methods should be used across the entire project, that is, across all packages. The customer should prepare test samples and laminate/finish them in the same way as on the project.
This information presented on this web-site is intended as a guide only. Although Briggs Veneers endeavours to keep the web-site up-to-date, products may run out of stock, be discontinued or added without notification, and without the web-site being updated. Product and environmental information may also change from time to time without web-site updates or notification. Environmental information has been interpreted and summarised from large amounts of complex forestry legislation, and it needs to be noted that the interpretation of such forest management/environmental information and terminology is often subjective and open to individual points of view. Briggs Veneers is not liable nor responsible for any errors or misinterpretations of such forest information.