Chestnut Burl is a rich light brown and may darken to a reddish brown with age. The grain can be straight to spiral or interlocked with a Coarse texture. Native to Europe; often reaches heights between 100-120 feet and is also known as Sweet Chestnut or Wormy Chestnut. Chestnut burl is often used for architectural panels, millwork, cabinetry, and furniture, as well as auto interiors. Very decorative.The machining of dried lumber presents no special problems. It can be easily planed, molded and turned. Draft and heat must be avoided by all means. Gluing of Chestnut Burl is possible without difficulty. Screw and nail joints hold firmly. Due to the high tannin content, reaction stains can occur when coming into contact with metal.
Type: Burl Veneers
Color: Tan Brown