Learn more about Jatoba (Brazilian Cherry).
Species: Jatoba (Brazilian Cherry)
Region: Central America
In woodworking, the term veneer refers to thin slices of wood, or sometimes bark, that is usually thinner than an 1/8 inch. Veneers are typically glued onto core panels, such as wood, partical board, or fiber board and are used for things like cabinets, doors, floors, and other furniture. Veneers are obtained either by "peeling" the trunk of a tree or by slicing large rectangular blocks of wood known as flitches. The specific type of veneers that we have in our warehouse are known as raw veneers - meaning the veneer has no backing on it and can be used with either side facing up.
Our veneers are measured at .025 to .03 inches thick and have varied lengths, widths, and square footage in each pack, which are stated next to the item when ordering. The pictures below will show you the front and back of the veneer pack, as well as the square footage and pack number.
** Please keep in mind that because this product is so thin, there may be slight cracking on some pieces, but this is inevitable. We take great procaution in handling our veneers and do not allow customers to touch/handle them in our warehouse to be sure there is no extra cracking. We will be keeping these packs updated every week, but if there is something specific you are looking for, please give us a call! **
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