From West Africa
Red. Cherry Mahogany. With block mottle figures.
Grey-brown. These are the narrower stripey veeners, from each side of the heart.
Purple-brown. Figured crown cut veeners are used for attrictive matches
Fawn. Otherwise known as Mountain Ash or Tasmanian Oak, this is a
light brown or tan toned veener with a slight mottle.
Cream, Similar to Sycamore, but with a most appealing "waster-mark" figure.
From Andaman Islands.
Blood red. This vivid veneer is used mostly for its magnificent colour. Stirpey.
Reddish-brown with chocolate markings. Crown cut firured wood with a
magnificent marbled figure.
Light tan. An attractive with light curly figure.