Realtec Koa quarter cut wood veneer is a golden reddish-brown with darker brown streaks. Also medium to finely textured and lustrous. Consistent fiddleback figure.
Common Uses for Quarter Cut Koa Wood Veneer: Architectural panels, millwork, musical instruments and fine furniture, as well as yacht and aircraft interiors. Because of its consistency, Realtec is ideal for large jobs, as well as continuous production.
The Tree: Height varies but can reach 100 feet with trunk diameters between 3-4 feet.
A Little History: Koa is in the Acacia family, and this particular species originates strictly from the Hawaiian Islands. Fun fact: Koa is the largest tree native to Hawaii.
Koa Realtec is natural veneer that is embossed with figure. Both figure and color remain constant throughout large Realtec sequences. Logs that have the most valued natural figure, fiddleback, are very rare. With Realtec, you can have fiddleback in continuous supply in addition to consistent pricing. Exclusive: We are the only distributor of Realtec in the United States and Canada.
Region: North America