This African Teak lumber is kiln dried and has been surfaced on two sides. The heartwood ranges from yellow to golden with a slight hint of brown. It has a coarse texture with open grain. Quarter or rift sawn boards may show some ribbon or fiddleback figure, as shown in the picture of each item. This is an exceptional substitute for genuine Burma Teak at a fraction of the cost! This piece of lumber has a stain present on the opposite end of the numbers.
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