Imbuia Burr Veneer

Imbuia Burr Veneer

Imbuia is also called Canella Imbuia, Embuia, Embuya and grows mostly in the moist Araucaria forests of the Parana and Santa Catharina areas of southern Brazil, mostly at altitudes of 2,500 to 4,000 ft; forming rather rich stands.

Imbuia sapwood is grey and usually distinct from the heartwood, which is yellowish or olive to chocolate brown, and either plain or beautifully variegated and figured

The grain of Imbuia veneer is straight to curly and wavy and the texture rather fine. This wood has a medium to rather high lustre and a spicy resinous scent, losing most of this scent in drying.

Imbuia 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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