The timber is a biscuit/light brown color through to the occasional slight pink tinge, with a medium to course texture. This variation is attributed to there being several oak species in the mix. The boards are purposely milled to produce a back sawn or crown/cathedral grain pattern. This sets it apart from European Oak which is similar in appearance however typically produced in a mix of both quarter and back sawn boards. American White Oak can also be produced in quarter sawn by special order. This prized cut is traditionally sort after because it displays the medullary ray feature of the specie.

American White Oak in use


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