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American Veeners

We offer a wide range of veneers of more than 100 different kinds of wood.

In our warehouses, the veneers are carefully graded by expert craftsmen according to the highest industry standards. A large stock of gradings - both standard inventory and special orders - are permanently available, enabling us to respond promptly and reliably to shortterm orders.

Our veneers are especially used by producers of fine furniture, doors, floors and panels, by the car industry as well as carpenters and contractors who demand exceptional quality. Also trading partners take our services for being competent since our prices are always in harmony with our qualities.



Ash-Brown
Ash White
Aspen
Basswood



United States and Canada
Very light with dark brown heart
Used extensively in all applications
Low to medium price



United States and Canada
Very light with dark brown heart
Used extensively in all applications
Low to medium price






United States and Canada
Cream color with very fine texture
Usually straight grain
Occasional logs cut into veneer for decorative purposes, but difficult to find
Medium to expensive


United States and Canada
White wood with straight grain
Very soft wood used primarily as core stock
    
Beech American
Birch American
Butternut "White Walnut"
Cherry American



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United States and Canada
Brown to red in color with medium density
Used mostly as a solid, but some veneer is produced Medium price





United States and Canada
Light color with red heart
Sometimes called Yellow Birch
Readily available in veneer and moderately priced
Comes in three colors: White, Red, and Natural (mixture of white and red)





United States and Canada
Sometimes called white walnut
Light tan to reddish brown in color
Used mostly in wall panels it is available in veneers
Medium priced




United States and Canada
Light pink to deep red in color
Easy to use and readily available in veneers
Priced from very low to very high depending on the usage
    
Chestnut American
Coffee Tree Kentucky
Cypress
Elm Red





United States and Eastern Canada
Light to medium brown in color
Course grain and usually flat cut
Because of a fungal disease very difficult to find
Sliced as wormy Chestnut and priced medium to high




Eastern United States and Kentucky
Pink to reddish in color with course grain
Looks similar to Red Oak
Medium price and available in veneers but hard to find






United States and Central & South America
Yellow in color with fine texture
Usually straight grain but can be found flat sliced
Very water resistant
Medium priced





United States and Canada
Reddish in color with course texture
Used in many applications and available in veneers
Medium priced
    
Elm Rock
Gum American Red
Hackberry
Hickory





United States and Canada
Grey in color and similar to Red Elm
Medium texture and available in veneers in either flat cut or quarters
Medium priced




United States
Pinkish brown to reddish in color
Very wavy grain and is usually quartered
Available in veneers and medium priced




United States and Canada
Very light in color with very wavy grain Sometimes confused as Ash
Fine texture and easy to use
Available in veneers and low to medium priced
 






United States and Canada
Brown to reddish brown
Many different subspecies with different looks
Medium to course grain and easy to use
Very available in veneers and low to medium priced
    
Honey Locust
Madrona
Maple Birdseye
Maple Hard White




Eastern United States
Limited quantities of lumber and veneer
Medium price







United States and Canada
Reddish brown with a smooth even texture
Beautiful wood because of wavy grain that has a high luster
Also comes in Burls
Medium to high price






United States and Canada
Very select Hard Maple logs that produce a blistered effect
Used mainly in architectural applications and high end furniture
Expensive






United States and Canada
Sometimes called hard maple
White in color with fine grain lines
Dark brown heart
Very poplar wood in all applications
Low to high price

    
Myrtle Burl
Oak Red
Oak Red Rift
Maple Hard White






United States
Brown to yellow in color
Wavy grain with a course texture and very visible rays
Used as a veneer in high end furniture and cabinets
Also has a Burl that is very decorative and moderately priced





United States and Eastern Canada
Pink to red in color
Course grain
Has many uses and probably the must used hardwood in the world
Low to Medium price



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United States and Canada
Cut purposely from Red oak
logs for straight grain
Medium to high price
 





United States and Canada
Sometimes called hard maple
White color with fine grain lines
Dark brown heart, very poplar wood in all applications
Low to high price

    
Pecan
Persimmon
Pine
Poplar Tulip






United States and Mexico
Straw color with course grain
Sometime veneer is confused with Hickory
Like Hickory sometimes the wood has pecks Low to medium priced


 


Central and Southern United States
The color is dark brown and sometimes to a black
Texture is fine and even with a wavy grain
Medium priced







World wide
Pinkish brown with wide growth rings
Straight grain and very sound
Medium priced
Woodstock carries a wide variety of Pine
Contact us with your requirements, and we will quote price and availability






Eastern United States
White to yellow
Straight grain and even texture
In veneer used for faces and backs
Readily available
    
Redwood Burl
Sassafras
Walnut American
Walnut American Figured






United States
Reddish brown with a pronounced burl
Blistered effect and flake
Very expensive




United States
Very light brown in color
Straight grain with course texture
Very distinct smell
Low to medium price







United States
Mouse Grey to to dark brown
Can be a reddish color when it comes from western states
Medium to course grain and is used in all fine furniture and musical instruments
From low to highly priced







United States
Mouse Grey to to dark brown
Can be a reddish color when it comes from western states
Medium to course grain and is used in all fine furniture and musical instruments
Highly priced
    
Walnut Stump Figured
   






United States
Sometimes called Angel Step
Is produced by cutting across the stump of the butt log
Very beautiful and highly regarded in fine furniture
High priced