European walnut

European walnut

European walnut

Wood species / Trade name:

European walnut

Names:

  • German: Europäischer Nussbaum
  • French: Noyer Européen
  • Chinese: 欧洲胡桃

Botanical name:

Juglans regia

Character / Color:

One of Europe's fine hardwoods, the walnut is known best for its historical usage in the production of high-quality furniture and items during the Renaissance and Baroque period. This lovely and classic wood has soft grayish brown to chocolate brown and even reddish brown tones and a more or less pronounced sapwood area. The annual growth rings, which are set off by their color, produce a strikingly quilted or striped texture. Numerous variations of this veneer figure are created by more or less distinct nearly black stripes.

Main occurence:

Europe

Usage:

Interior woodwork, Furniture

Availability

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Pricegroup

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