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Baltimore Oak Veneer

History

Baltimore Oak Veneer
Baltimore Oak Veneer

Sourced from old mills, homes and churches, Baltimore Oak was once structural beams that were integral to these longstanding buildings. Until their deconstruction, the exposed Oak beams stood tall and remained largely intact for hundreds of years. Since this material is unusually old, it has a distinctive brown coloring that only comes from the natural aging process, which takes a very long time, especially for Oak.

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Datasheet

Baltimore Oak Veneer
Baltimore Oak Veneer

Source: Romania & Croatia
Prior Use: Churches, mills, residences
Species: European White Oak (Querkus)

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