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In wood working, veneer sheets refer to thin shavings obtained from lumber, that are glued to core panels (typically wood, particle board or medium density fiber board) to produce panels of different shapes and sizes such as veneer door table tops, cabinet panels, parquet floors and furniture. As nature cannot hence every veneer sheet has its own distinct pattern.

Veneers are available in different cuts like quarter and crown and in different forms too i.e. vertical, horizontal and slip method veneers. To transform your simple projects into a work of art you could use pre-dyed and engineered veneer sheets and veneer plywood to cater to your truly distinct imagination. Greenply Industries Ltd. is one of the leading natural decorative veneer suppliers in the world, offers a wide range of veneer sheets that will transform your home interiors.

Figure is either an inherent property of wood developed by weathering or a pattern in its growth rings and hence much sought after and valuable.

  Burl

Burls are obtained from the rare wood outgrowths appearing on trees around grafts/injuries. The unorganized grain in burl wood is beautiful but prone to wraping and splitting. By slicing a burl into veneer, wood movement is kept under control by the adhesive and substrate.

   

  Bird's Eye

This is so called because of the eye shape marks found in many species of wood especially Maple.

  Cathedral

Elegant and much sought after figure with grains forming a 'V' to 'U' in crown cut bundles.

  Fiddle Back

Burls are obtained from the rare wood outgrowths appearing on trees around grafts/injuries. The unorganized grain in burl wood is beautiful but prone to wraping and splitting. By slicing a burl into veneer, wood movement is kept under control by the adhesive and substrate.

  Crotch

Sometimes termed "curl" is formed by the intersection of limb or branch with the main trunk.

  Half-Cathedral

Half of the structure with grains forming a 'half-V' to 'half-U'

  Cluster

Formed either by partially burled logs or rotary slicing

  Pommele

Pommele is the French term for dappled and is especially apt for describing highly figured woods like Sapele, Dauka and Bubinga when the so-called quilted or blistered looks are present.

  Silver Figure

Found in the heart of timber, it is a shiny looking surface.

  Mottled

Pommele is the French term for dappled and is especially apt for describing highly figured woods like Sapele, Dauka and Bubinga when the so-called quilted or blistered looks are present.

  Stripe Grain

More or less contrasting colour stripes veining in the direction of the grain; this figure is obtained through the quarter cut.

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