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Natural Brown Oak

Oak Brown, according to the letter of the law is not a separate species of oak, but rather refers to the oak (almost always occurs only in England) infected with fungus. This fungus ( Fistulina hepatica ) changes the color of the wood to dark brown. Immediately after cutting the tree fungus dries up, leaving only a dark color in a healthy, wholesome wood.

Brown Oak, of course, is not as common as plain oak. The constantly growing demand for this wood results in very high prices on world markets. However, many people are willing to pay a higher price for rich, deep color of  English Brown Oak. 

SPECIFICATION

Length: 3 m

Width: 120 – 200 mm

Thickness: 22 mm

Available patterns: Solid Board.