Lacewood Veneer (Quartered European Plane Veneer)

Lacewood Veneer (Quartered European Plane Veneer) European Plane is composed of 5 to 9 species which grow in Eurasia and North America (where it is known as American Sycamore).

European Plane sapwood, which is 4-8cm wide, is slightly lighter than the heartwood, which is light reddish-brown, and the timber is often chemically treated to produce a form of Harewood, in which the background colour becomes silver grey while the broad rays retain their original colour.

European Plane has a fine texture and the grain is usually straight, although it can be interlocked, and the name Lacewood veneer comes from quarter cut veneers, which exhibit numerous, prominent reddish-brown broad rays, contrasting with the lighter background colour of the wood.

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