Project Description

QTR Fumed Larch 04.7527 HV

Larix decidua

Larch is known for its very straight and uniform grain when quarter cut, and is usually yellow to orange to reddish-brown in color.

Fuming is a process in which wood is exposed to ammonia vapors over time, resulting in natural wood veneer taking on a darker, warm color, while retaining many of its original characteristics. Fuming can produce a variety of different shades within a single veneer flitch, so it is recommended that a type sample be requested for approval.