Anegre is an African hardwood originating from Africa’s tropical East and West Coasts. Anegre veneers are widely used in furniture and cabinet making and admired for its pale creamy-yellow hue that displays subtly attractive hints of pink.
Ebony has a long history dating back to Ancient Egyptian times with the wood being used for the intricate carvings of the tombs of those times. It was also used by the ancient kings of India to make sceptres. It is a highly durable wood and exceptionally attractive, lending itself to high polishing, and beautiful wood veneers.
Seeing as ‘that’ TV advert has not gone away, we’re having another go at dispelling the myths that have got themselves attached to wood veneers over the years.
For those who are interested to learn the differences between natural wood veneers and their man-made counterparts, we thought it might be beneficial to set out the main differences between the two.