Koto Veneer is yellowish white and exhibits a dull grain in flat cut and a ribbon pattern in quarter cuts. Koto is also known as African Chestnut. Koto Tree, also Known as Impa, Ako or Eyong, grow in West Africa from Lyberia through to the Ivory Coast, Ghana, Nigeria and Cameroon. Koto has a yellowish-white to cream in color wood, and becomes more yellowish- grey when steamed. It is very good for printing and staining. The endgrain is diffuse-porous and Straight to slightly interlocked and texture moderately coarse. Natural Koto is infallible to create opened and warm sensation into the spaces or desings you are working with in.
Type: Dyed Veneers
Collections: Spanish Collections