Species: Spruce (Picea abies)
Origin: Europe, Russia
Manufacturing method: sliced
Colouring: light yellowish-brown to grey-brown
Available certified: No
The Spruce is a plant genus of the family of pine trees and comes from Europe and Russia. It is the most important wood supplier in the German forestry and counts as one of the most important German economic wood species. The inner old beams, which are extracted from half-timbered houses, for example, are processed into spruce reclaimed wood veneer. The pleasant look with cracks, old nail holes and traces of age creates the warm character. Spruce reclaimed wood veneer is a piece of history for your home. The veneer is used in the production of furniture, parquet, stairs, wall and ceiling cladding.