Wood with a heritage
The selection of figured and rare woods, such as burls and chatoyant grain, is a matter of personal preference for many woodworkers and designers. These types of woods are prized for their unique, eye-catching patterns and color variations, which are often the result of natural growth anomalies or genetic mutations.
The use of figured and rare woods can add a touch of individuality and character to a project, making it stand out from the more traditional options. Some of the most sought-after figured and rare woods include walnut burl, ebony, kingwood, and quilted maple.
Prestige with a purpose
Sustainable above all
It is important to note that the use of these prized woods often comes with a higher price tag due to their limited availability and demand. Additionally, it is crucial to ensure that the wood we source is sustainably harvested and responsibly managed to preserve these special resources for future generations.