Pure perfection

3,392m² of Figured Sycamore Veneer of a special kind

Figured Sycamore is known to be a wood characterised by its seductively shimmering depth and restrained, simple, timeless beauty, but it has been a while even for us that we have seen such an extraordinary log: Exactly 3,392 m² – distributed over two lengths – each individual leaf being simply perfect. Straight-line growth, flawlessness and […]

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Figured Sycamore is known to be a wood characterised by its seductively shimmering depth and restrained, simple, timeless beauty, but it has been a while even for us that we have seen such an extraordinary log: Exactly 3,392 m² – distributed over two lengths – each individual leaf being simply perfect.

Straight-line growth, flawlessness and an unbelievably strong and very even figure result in a combination that is very seldom found anywhere in the world.

Speak with us or write us a short mail if you would like to learn more about this extraordinarily rare gem. But even better: Just drop by and experience this “special kind of Figured Maple” live.


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