Mahogany Crotch Wood Veneer
Wood Veneer Description
The crotch veneer is produced from the upper part of the trunk where it forks in direction. The block is sliced in a very slow method to give a uniform cut. The veneer appears either as a swirly pattern or as a feather effect known in the trade as a rat’s tail effect.
This veneer rarely comes in big lengths due to the part of the tree cut to produce this veneer. A common use of the veneer, especially in high end furniture is to book match the veneer leaves in order to get a very striking and wonderful contrast.
- Domestic furniture
- Wall panelling
- Marine interiors
- 0.6mm thickness
- Various Sizes - please select from above