Products

Elm - English

Grain that varies from long and straight (northern) to wild and swirling (southern) makes Elm one of our more attractive timbers.

Every log seems to have its own, unique character making it a special favourite with furniture manufacturers.

There is a strain, featuring a 'green stripe', available called Wych Elm.

Product Data

Colour
Sapwood - lighter than the heartwood. Heartwood - dull reddish-brown
Durability
non-durable
Characteristics
Grain - cross and irregular producing an attractive figure. Texture - coarse
Uses
Furniture, domestic flooring and turnery
Working Properties
Difficult to work but nails without splitting. Polishes and glues well
Stock
Prime T&T and square edged. Air/kiln dried. 25mm to 100mm thickness
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