CROWN WEATHERED SYCAMORE
Also known as:
When Sycamore logs are cooked, or “steamed” prior to slicing, the colour of the resulting veneer is changed from its usual white. Depending on the length of time spent in the water this colour may vary from a pale golden yellow-brown to shades of pink to pinky brown. This is then known as Weathered Sycamore and, as with white Sycamore, is available plain and figured, in both crown and straight grain. The lighter, more golden version is often referred to as “Champagne” coloured. Weathered Sycamore in all its varieties is extremely elegant, and some very attractive panelling schemes and other interior projects have been accomplished using this veneer.
QUARTERED WEATHERED SYCAMORE
CROWN FIGURED WEATHERED SYCAMORE
QUARTERED FIGURED WEATHERED SYCAMORE