Mesquite burl wood veneer ranges from light to dark brown. Meanwhile the yellows, pinks and orange/reds appear in marble-like grains.
Common Uses for Mesquite Burl Wood Veneer: Architectural panels, cabinetry, high end furniture, millwork and musical instruments.
The Tree: A wild looking tree found in the desert plains and canyons of North America. Southern Cali, Nevada, Arizona, New Mexico and Texas, as well as Kansas and Oklahoma are all home to Mesquite. Mesquite is a rather small tree that grows only about 20-50 feet in height.
A Little History: Although Mesquite is often considered best for firewood to smoke meat on a barbecue, its exterior burls can be used for special applications.
Region: North America