Species: Iroko (Chlorophora regia)
Origin: West and Central Africa
Manufacturing method: sliced
Colouring: in the beginning greyish-yellow to light brown , later golden to olive-brown
Available certified: No
The Iroko belongs to the family of moraceae and comes from West and Central Africa, there it grows in the transition area from the forest to the savannah. In Africa, it is one of the most common types of wood and has properties that are sought after in the technical field of use and in the field of exterior construction, so it is often used as a substitute for Oak or Teak. It can reach a growth height of up to 80m and a trunk diameter of 1,5m. The Iroko veneer is manly used in the manufacture of exclusive furniture, stairs and boat building.