The true teak of Burma is a uniform golden-brown colour without markings, but most other teak is rich brown with darker chocolate-brown markings. Indian teak is wavy grained and mottled, but generally straight to wavy grain, coarse textured, uneven, oily to the touch, and somtimes with a white glistening deposit.
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Below is the technical information surrounding our Teak veneer.
Commercial Names: mai sak, pahi (Burma); sagwan, tekku, kyan, sagon, tegina, tadi (India); jati sak (Thailand); djati,gia thi (Indonesia).
Distribution: Indigenous to Burma and India, and S.E.Asia, and introduced into East and West Africa and the Carribean.
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