Species: American maple (Acer saccherum)
Origin: North America
Manufacturing method: sliced
Coluring: light white over yellowish white to pale golden brown
Available certified: Yes
The sugar maple belongs to the family of the soap trees and comes from North America. For many Americans, it is probably the most important tree, as it is used to win the popular maple syrup. In late winter, the trees are drilled so that the juice can leak, a medium-strength tree delivers up to 50 liters per year. The American maple doesn’t only deliever the popular maple syrup but also a very nice veneer with a evenly folded structure and here with reddish-brown sugar inclusions that create a unique veneer image. It is mainly used in the production of furniture and indoor design.