Koto quarter cut wood veneer is a yellowish white to creamy white. Straight grained to slightly interlocked, with a coarse texture. Also usually high in luster and sometimes attractively flecked.
Common Uses for Quarter Cut Koto Wood Veneer: Architectural panels, doors, millwork and cabinetry, as well as furniture.
Other Name(s): African Chestnut.
The Tree: This African tree reaches heights of 100-130 feet.
A Little History: The timber is also used for light flooring, staircases, boxes and crates.