Eucalyptus Burr Veneer

Eucalyptus Burr Veneer

Eucalyptus is found in Australia, New Zealand and also available now in plantations in Spain and Portugal.

Burr growth in Iberian Eucalyptus is very seldom, as is the case in Australia and New Zealand. That is why this wood cannot be used for mass production but only for architectural woodwork. The varieties extend from the pommele type to the distinct burl. Unlike other burl woods this does not occur through fine branch growth but is a pure growth characteristic of this tree, getting its burly appearance from the wavy course of the grain.

Clear varnishes or polished surfaces are suitable to highlight the burly texture of Eucalyptus veneer, and these finishes are applied in the normal way.

Eucalyptus Burr veneer is caused by abnormal growth, or excrescences, which are common to most trees. Irritation or injury forms an interwoven, contorted, or gnarly mass of dense woody tissue from which this veneer is harvested.

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