This grade and quality of Oak was almost exclusively used from the turn of the last century up to the war in the building programmes of that period. Considered the highest grade and quality of Oak that can be cut from the log it displays an abundance of medullary ray figuring favoured by the Architects of the time. You can see examples of this in many of London’s Art galleries and Museums and a fine display almost throughout Eltham Palace. Much sought after for restoration work and a must for that high end interior. The specification is generally quite narrow with a tongue and groove joint for secret nailed fixing.