Rhodesian Teak Parquet

Actually this is Burmese Teak (Tectona Grandis). Saplings taken from Burma and planted in Africa yielded a crimson red timber when eventually harvested. Mineral and soil differences effected this anomaly which proved to be highly prized, and it was used in prestigious applications such as the Bank of England, stock exchange, the boardrooms of Tate and Lyle etc.

One of the most beautiful and rare parquet floors available.

Specifications

  • Width

    75mm

  • Length

    230mm

  • Depth

    20mm

  • Availability

    In stock

  • Finish

    Old Surface

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