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Sustainable Veneers from Around the World

The species listed below are managed and harvested sustainably from forests around the world and none of these species is endangered, according to the World Conservation Union (the IUCN).

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Specie Origin Colour Value Sample Project
Ash Burr Europe Burl, Pommelle and Exotic Expensive Ash Burr Project Photo
Ash, White North America/Europe Straw/Golden Average Ash, White Project Photo
Beech, Curly Europe Pinkish Average Beech, Curly Project Photo
Beech, European Europe Pinkish Average Beech, European Project Photo
Beech, European Unsteamed Europe Straw/Golden Average Beech, European Unsteamed Project Photo
Birch, Curly North America/Europe White/Cream Above Average Birch, Curly Project Photo
Birch, European, Crown-cut Europe White/Cream Average Birch, European, Crown-cut Project Photo
Birch, European, Rotary-cut Europe White/Cream Average Birch, European, Rotary-cut Project Photo
Birch, Masur Europe Burl, Pommelle and Exotic Expensive Birch, Masur Project Photo
Birch, Quilted European Europe White/Cream Above Average Birch, Quilted European Project Photo
Cedar, Western Red North America Pale/Mid Brown Average Cedar, Western Red Project Photo
Cherry, American North America Pinkish Average Cherry, American Project Photo
Elm Burr Europe Burl, Pommelle and Exotic Very Expensive Elm Burr Project Photo
Gum, Red Heart North America Striped Average Gum, Red Heart Project Photo
Madrona Burr North America Burl, Pommelle and Exotic Expensive Madrona Burr Project Photo
Maple Burr North America Burl, Pommelle and Exotic Very Expensive Maple Burr Project Photo
Maple, Birds-eye North America White/Cream Expensive Maple, Birds-eye Project Photo
Maple, Figured Rock North America White/Cream Average Maple, Figured Rock Project Photo
Maple, Rock North America White/Cream Average Maple, Rock Project Photo
Myrtle Burr, American North America Burl, Pommelle and Exotic Expensive Myrtle Burr, American Project Photo
Oak Burr North America Burl, Pommelle and Exotic Expensive Oak Burr Project Photo
Oak, American Red North America Pale/Mid Brown Less Than Average Oak, American Red Project Photo
Oak, American White North America Pale/Mid Brown Average Oak, American White Project Photo
Oak, Rift North America/Europe Pale/Mid Brown Average Oak, Rift Project Photo
Oak, Smoked Europe Very Dark Brown/Black Above Average Oak, Smoked Project Photo
Oregon North America Pinkish/Orange Brown Average Oregon Project Photo
Pearwood Europe Pinkish Expensive Pearwood Project Photo
Pine, Baltic Europe Straw/Golden Average Pine, Baltic Project Photo
Pine, Clear Radiata New Zealand Straw/Golden Less Than Average Pine, Clear Radiata Project Photo
Poplar Burr Europe Burl, Pommelle and Exotic Above Average Poplar Burr Project Photo
Sen, Japanese Japan Straw/Golden Average Sen, Japanese Project Photo
Sycamore, Figured Europe White/Cream Above Average Sycamore, Figured Project Photo
Sycamore, White Europe White/Cream Average Sycamore, White Project Photo
Vavona Burr North America Burl, Pommelle and Exotic Expensive Vavona Burr Project Photo
Walnut Burr North America Burl, Pommelle and Exotic Very Expensive Walnut Burr Project Photo
Walnut, American North America Very Dark Brown/Black Average Walnut, American Project Photo
Willow, Figured Europe White/Cream Above Average Willow, Figured Project Photo
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Disclaimer

The supply of all veneers is subject to availability. These images of these veneers are indicative only. Veneer is a natural product and so its appearance, in terms of colour, pattern and grain may vary considerably from log to log and batch to batch. Furthermore, an image of a veneer sample does not properly represent the appearance of a full size polished panel. Please note that images may appear different in colour and tone on different monitors and computers. The best way to control the appearance of the veneer on your project is to make an appointment to inspect and select veneer from actual current stocks, just prior to the placement of the joinery/furniture order. The customer should then prepare test samples of this veneer 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.