Jarrah Veneered Panels & Jointed Veneer
Jarrah is native to the coastal belt of southwestern Western Australia and is one of the principal species for that country's sawmill industry.
Jarrah sapwood is pale yellow and usually very narrow in old trees, while the heartwood is a uniform pink to dark red, often turning to deep brownish red with age and exposure to air.
The texture of Jarrah veneer is even and moderately coarse, and the grain is frequently interlocked or wavy, producing attractive fiddleback figure in some examples. The common defects of Jarrah include gum veins or pockets, which in extreme instances, separate the log into concentric shells.