LINGUE BURL WOOD
Lingue burl wood veneer heartwood is variable in color, but is commonly reddish brown, purple to pink. The timber is often knotty. Very figured grain, medium to coarse texture. Also has medium to high luster.
Common Uses for Lingue Burl Wood Veneer: Architectural panels, millwork, luxury cabinetry and doors, as well as fine furniture. Also yacht and aircraft interiors.
The Tree: Native to Chile. Lingue typically grows between 60-65 feet with a trunk diameter of about 3 feet.
A Little History: Named after the Lingue River in Chile, where it grows.
Region: South America