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Heartwood coffins types of materials

Our Choice of

VENEERS

Oak

Our Oak veneer is sourced from Forest Stewardship Council Certified European forests. Certification guarantees the sources are from a sustainable well managed source.

Mahogany

We use Sapele veneer, a type of tree which is part of the Mahogany family.

Pippy Oak

This is a premium cut of Oak where many knots are concentrated, creating an interesting and wild grain structure.

Golden Maple

Supplied from a proven source. Like the above, the clusters of knotty veneer are joined to make a wilder grain structure.

Our Choice of

SOLID WOOD

Oak

Our Oak wood is a hardwood species that has been certified by the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) as it originates from responsibly managed forests. It’s known for its strength, durability, and attractive grain patterns.

Mahogany

Sapele Mahogany is an exotic hardwood species that grows naturally in tropical climates making it captivating for its range of colours, which stretch from pinkish tones to deep reddish browns. The wood is known for its captivating appearance, featuring a flawlessly straight, smooth, and dark grain pattern.

Larch

Larch wood is a type of coniferous tree that produces the finest timber when it’s known for its pale yellow to reddish-brown colour with prominent grain patterns. Larch wood offers high levels of durability, strength, and resistance to rot and decay, making it suitable for various purposes.

Golden Maple

Maple wood is a hardwood that is known for its strength, density, and attractive grain patterns. Maple wood is characterised by its pale to creamy-white colour, though it can sometimes have reddish or brown streaks. It has a fine, even texture and a smooth surface when finished.

Walnut

Walnut is a hardwood known for its rich, chocolate brown colour and attractive grain patterns. Due to its premium quality, unique beauty and durability, walnut is considered one of the most luxurious non-exotic woods.

Paulownia

Paulownia wood is a lightweight hardwood that often displays a pale colour with fine, straight grains and can be stained or finished to enhance its natural beauty.

SOURCING OUR TIMBER FROM

SUSTAINABLE SOURCES

Sustainable sourced wood is the method of obtaining materials or products in a manner that minimises negative environmental impacts and promotes long-term ecological balance. Here, the wood has been harvested in a way that ensures healthy, continued, and sustainable growth.

WOOD STAIN SELECTION

A pigmented water based colour stain is applied to the veneer. This achieves a wide range of differing wood effects. The following guide is included to assist you in finding your desired colour and finish. All are FSC accredited (unless specified) and FFMA certified.

Natural Oak

Light Oak

Medium Oak

Golden Oak

Dark Oak

Light Teak

Natural Mahogany

Light Mahogany

Medium Mahogany

Golden Mahogany

Cherry Mahogany

Golden Teak