Pave End Grain
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Iroko is a hardwood which is native to the western coast of Africa. The wood is very tough, dense and durable. Its color ranges from light brown to a deep golden-brown as it ages. It is sometimes used as a substitute for Teak. Pavé End Grain panels are also available in the following species: Oak, Tigerwood and Wenge.
Oak (hardwood) blocks are manufactured from Red and White Oak grown in the Tennessee and Kentucky region. When used for commercial or residential projects, new growth Oak must be small, because the stock from which they are cut from is furniture grade and dried to 10% or less. Oak has become a popular choice, because of the medullary rays than emanate from the pith, making it visually pleasing. Pavé End Grain panels are also available in the following species: Iroko, Tigerwood and Wenge.
Panel dimension: 19½"x 8¼" (1.12 sq. ft.). Block face size: 2¾"x 2&¾"x ½" depth.
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Tigerwood is an exotic hardwood that is naturally resistant to rot and decay. It is one of the finest quality hardwoods available that features a unique light golden-brown to reddish-brown coloring with black and brown streaks. Pavé End Grain panels are also available in the following species: Iroko, Oak and Wenge.
Wenge is a durable hardwood that is native to Western Africa. Its heartwood is very dark brown, with black streaks. Its durability and stability make it a great choice for flooring as well as stair treads. Pavé End Grain panels are also available in the following species: Iroko, Oak and Tigerwood.