Sliced birch

Sliced birch

Sliced birch

Wood species / Trade name:

Sliced birch

Names:

  • German: Birke gemessert
  • French: Bouleau tranché
  • Chinese: 刨切桦木

Botanical name:

Betula alba

Character / Color:

The inner value of the birch – often unfairly called the "weed" of the forest – reveals itself in sliced veneer with a cathedral-like design. The growth rings are more or less clearly separated from one another and produce a tangential, delicate and relatively regular decorative grain. Softly satiny, the wood has colors ranging from yellowish-white or reddish-white to light brown. Reddish-brown pith flecks, which appear on the longitudinal surfaces as long stripes, add an unusual accent.

Main occurence:

Europe

Usage:

Furniture

Availability

2

Pricegroup

1

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