Oak rough sawn

Botanical name

Quercus Petraea


France and Eastern Europe

Veneer thickness(es)

0.8mm - 1.5mm - 2.4mm

Joint method

Random matched


In stock


Crown cut


Quarter cut


Price range 3


The trunks have an average height of 18-30 m, maximum 45 m. The log can be up to 15 m long and has a diameter of 1.2-1.8 m. The oak can reach a high age (400 years).


Oak has a yellow-brown colour. The structure and quality vary depending on the growing conditions. In rustic oak veneer, many more natural characteristics are allowed: small light and dark knots, open knots, mirror, acorns and cracks. For a light rustic, the characteristics will be less pronounced than for a medium to heavy rustic veneer. 
Typical characteristics of Oak rough sawn are: mainly a quarter sliced structure and the presence of a "ribbed" effect due to cutting the logs with a special knife. This veneer is not sanded. 


In general, however, oak is easy to machine, turn and mill, both by machine and by hand. 

Oak has many applications: interior and exterior joinery, beams, luxury furniture (oak cabinetry), stairs, parquet floors and many more.