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    Long Veneers

    Real wood veneers long length.

    Length 180 cm and longer.

    Various species available: from the classic Oak, Ash, Cherry and Beech to the precious Ebony and Rosewood.

    These veneers are sliced mainly in 0,6 / 0,5 mm thickness as well as some special thickness from 0,3 mm up to 3 mm.

    Other specialties such as:

    • Fiddeld and figured Sycamore.

    • Burls, ...

    Real wood veneers long length.

    Length 180 cm and longer.

    Various species available: from the classic Oak, Ash, Cherry and Beech to the precious Ebony and Rosewood.

    These veneers are sliced mainly in 0,6 / 0,5 mm thickness as well as some special thickness from 0,3 mm up to 3 mm.

    Other specialties such as:

    • Fiddeld and figured Sycamore.

    • Burls, Sworls and crotches in Walnut and Madrona.

    • Fumed Oak, Beech and Eucalyptus.

    • Pommele and Bird's eye Maple.

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    Long Veneers  There are 134 products.

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    • Assortment

      Fine essences, precious / semi-precious or common A4.

    • Thickness 0.9 à 3 mm

      This category includes veneer with a thickness greater than 0.6 mm.

    • Bandes de chant

    • Veneer inlays

      Find marquetry veneer inlay strip made of one or several species

    • Burls / Crotches

      BURLS : This natural singularity is composed of hundreds of small knots, which gives the wood a rare character. Every burl design is unique. CROTCHES: area of the log where two branches grow apart. Crotches are very appreciated for joinery and instrument-making.

    • Les XXL

    • Mahogany

      (ACAJOU) There are two main varieties of Mahogany: Mahogany from Africa (Khaya) and Mahogany (Swietenia). Its colors range from pale pink to red.

    • Afrormosia

      (ASSAMELA / OBANG) Coming from the African tropical forests, this wood, with its golden color, is used for furniture, interior decoration for yachts, sailboats or joinery.

    • Ako veneer

      Ako or Antiaris Toxicaria 

      Also called Chen Chen.

      It's an African wood particularly light, Ako is wood of choice for aero modelling offering nice widths.

      This wood is very tender and then easy to cut.

    • Amarante

      (BOIS VIOLET /VIOLETTHOLZ) Naturally purple, this precious wood is highly decorative.

    • Aniegre

      (ANINGERIA /ANINGRE / MUKALI) This African wood, with its hazel color, is easy to stain. Its tight grain is appreciated as being a substitute to Walnut or Cherry. Figured Aniegre is a classic among decorative woods.

    • Angélique Placage

    • Aulne

    • Bossé placage

    • Birch

      (BOULEAU) A slow-growth species from Scandinavia, Birch is a good quality white wood with a hint of silvery color, and a tight, uniform grain. Formerly used mainly for clogs and wooden rims, Birch has excellent technical qualities.

    • Bubinga

      (BUBINGA / KEVAZINGO / WAKA) This African wood usually grows in Cameroon and Gabon. With its high density offering a good stability, Bubinga is largely appreciated by instrument makers for its good resonance qualities and by cabinet-makers for its aesthetical design.

    • Cèdre Placage

      Cèdre ou Cedrus

      Les variétés les plus connues sont le Cèdre du Liban (Asie mineure, Turquie, Liban), le Cèdre de l'Atlas (Maroc, Algérie) et le Cèdre de l'Himalaya (Afghanistan, Tibet, Inde, Népal).

      On les trouve principalement dans les parcs comme arbre d'ornement mais aussi en forêt de plantation dans le Luberon et dans les Alpes de Haute Provence, vivant en moyenne 630 ans, certains spécimens ont probablement plus de 2500 ans. Symbole du drapeau Libanais.

      Ses qualités résistantes et imputrescibles ont permis de l'utiliser depuis l'Antiquité pour la construction des bateaux, aussi utilisé pour le premier et deuxième temple de Jérusalem.  

      On le retrouve aujourd'hui dans la confection des boîtes à cigares.

    • Oak

      (CHENE) Is it really necessary to introduce this species, which is one of the most famous as well as for its beautiful grain than for its technical quality? If there is anything else to add, just remember that Oak, with its good stability, will always be a wise choice for joinery.

    • Ebony

      (AFRICAN EBONY / BINGO / EVILA) African Ebony is the most known but Macassar Ebony is the one offering pieces large enough to be used in most projects. Ipe (also known as Green Ebony) is slightly green as a raw material and turns a deep brown color, almost black, once a glossy shine is applied. Very appreciated for carving, cabinet-making, instruments and marquetry, it is also used in woodturning for recorders, clarinets or oboes.

    • Maple

      (ERABLE) You will surely recognize the name of one of the most famous tree leaf in the world, proudly displayed on the Canadian flag. The Maple family is composed of various species such as Sycamore, Plane tree or Field Maple. But we are talking here about Hard Maple from North America. This hardwood, with its light color and tight grain, offers a good resistance against wear over time. Appreciated for furniture making, Maple is a steady wood. For that reason, Maple is the species of choice for electric guitar necks.

    • Eucalyptus

      (EUCALYPTUS / ROSE GUM) Used for its respiratory properties, Eucalyptus is also available in veneer. Figured Eucalyptus is particularly attractive.

    • Limba

      (FRAKE / LIMBA) This highly decorative African wood, with its contrasted grain, will give an aesthetical design to your projects.

    • Ash

      (FRENE) This hardwood, with its light and homogenous color, offers a remarkable flexibility. Historically appreciated for tool handles and skis, and nowadays used for skateboards and surfboards, Ash offers interesting aesthetical and technical qualities. For a step further in design, Olive Ash, with its contrasted heart, will remind you of Olive wood.

    • Grisard

    • Beech

      (HETRE) Whether in natural color (creamy white) or steamed (pink color), Beech is very appreciated for wood-turning and carving, and can easily be stained.

    • Kossipo

      (KOSIPO) This African wood with a similar appearance to Mahogany will easily replace it and bring warmth and elegance to your projects

    • Lati

      (LATI/ YAYA) This African wood is sometimes compared to white Wenge. These bright colors contrast with the wenge brown.

    • Liquid amber

      (LIQUIDAMBAR) This species is well-known as an ornament tree for its multicolored, shimmery autumn foliage. But its real value is found in the wood design, with beautiful and most interesting contrasted colors, which will be magnified either in joinery, marquetry or wood-turning.

    • Longhi Placage

    • Placage Madrona

    • Makoré Placage

    • Mélèze Placage

    • Cherry

      (MERISIER) With its warm tones, in lumber or veneers, Cherry is appreciated in the furniture industry. Indeed, this species offers a very pleasant finish, whether it is in French Cherry or American Cherry.

    • Moabi

      (MOABI / AFRICAN PEARWOOD / MUAMBA JAUNE) With its hardness, good technical quality and uniform color, Moabi is an ideal choice for joinery, interior design or furniture. Its fine grain and consistency are also very appreciated in wood-turning and carving. Moreover, as it has a slightly oily texture, its resistance to weather is remarkable.

    • Movangui

      (MOVANGUI / AYAN) Movingui’s color is luminous. Indeed, its yellow color will brighten your home (decorative panels, furniture or joinery).

    • Walnut

      (NOYER) Whether it is American or French Walnut, this species, well-known for its fruit, is generally used for furniture, rifle butts or pipes.

    • Okoume

      (OKOUME/OKUME) Whether it is for marquetry or cabinet-making, whether it is peeled or sliced, Okoume is an interesting wood for scale modeling due to its lightness. Its stripes reminds of Mahogany in a light color.

    • Padouk

    • Palissander

      (PALISSANDRE / PALISSANDER) With its great technical and aesthetical qualities, Palisander is a demanded wood for high-level furniture and music instruments (guitar handle and body, clarinets, tuning pegs or knobs, violas, cellos, double bass).

    • Palmier Placage

    • Pao Rosa

    • Lacewood

      ( PLATANE) According to the legend, the Trojan Horse was built with Plane wood! The genus, from the Maple family, can be used for your joinery projects. Indeed, its tight flake will bring a shimmery aspect to your realizations.

    • Pearwood

      (POIRIER / ALISIER) Very appreciated by instrument and cabinet-makers, Pearwood is quite a rare species, which takes on a deep and beautiful color and texture over time.

    • Sapelli

      (SAPELE / SAPELEWOOD / SAPELLI-MAHOGANY) This African stripy wood has a reddish brown color, same as Mahogany.

    • Sycamore

      (ERABLE SYCOMORE) This species is a rare and precious wood. This white hardwood is well-known in the instrument making world, but is also used in cabinet-making and wood-turning. Figured Sycamore – even more precious and rare than Plain Sycamore – brings an amazing aesthetical appeal as well as acoustics qualities for instruments such as violins and cellos.

    • Teak

      (TECK ) This tropical precious hardwood, with its pleasant aesthetical aspect, is often used for yacht and sailboat building. It is appreciated for its high resistance to humidity and to weather conditions.

    • Tiama Placage

    • Tinéo

    • Wenge

      (PANGA-PANGA / WENGE) Wenge offers a contrasted pattern (black and chocolate brown). It is very appreciated for furniture, instruments and shelves.

    • Zebrawood

      (ZEBRANO / ZINGANA) This highly-decorative species offers a contrasted grain for an elegant and unique design for your furniture, instrument or joinery projects. Growing in Africa, it is nicknamed “smelly wood” in certain areas, surely because of its smell when freshly-cut. Fortunately, we offer dry wood without this inconvenience.

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