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amboyna burl

Humidor Amboyna burl. Beautiful veneer for a humidor for the best cigar storage
Trade names: Amboina burl, Narra Country of origin: Indonesia, the burl form mainly on the Andaman archipelago. Occurrence: Amboina burl is one of the rarest and most expensive woods on earth. The burls are often only very small (20 – 30 kg), therefore only small dimensions of the veneers. Uses: Highest quality interior finishes. Amboina burl was a sought-after and frequently used wood in the Art Nouveau period. Character: With its basic color ranging from golden brown to chocolate brown, Amboina or Padouk burl has a very elegant and exclusive appearance. The closely spaced burl cores have the same color tone as the fine lines surrounding them. As a result, the veneer pattern with its delicate zones and border lines presents itself as profound and mysterious. Special features: Amboina burl served Rolls Royce as the first burl wood for dashboards.

Natural product wood

Wood is a natural product, which can has colour differences and growth-related irregularities. Deviations in structure and colour are a quality feature for real wood. Growth, colour, structure and grain are unique in every tree and make every Gerber Humidor unique! Digital illustrations of the wood samples are always only indicative picture and do not provide a guarantee. Not all woods are available at all times and suitable for every Gerber Humidor. Please do not hesitate to contact us for further information.