Timber will exhibit many characteristics and these can be affected by the way the board is cut from a log, the age of the tree, insect attack, soil type and many other factors. It’s the variance which makes timber such a fantastic medium with which to work and a challenge all in one.

A lot of our displayed pieces are one off, that is the individual piece is available only in the type of timber displayed. Products displayed may not reflect all available stock.

As timber is a living medium, we cannot guarantee the feature or depth of colour, but we do guarantee the type of timber used. Please be aware that timber is a natural product and variation between timber within a species is absolutely normal. The photographs show a single example and are a guide only.

Some of our more functional pieces are made in a variety of timbers.  The variety of timbers are listed against the product for you to choose and each type of timber used is pictured below.

Silky Oak (southern) – <i>Grevillea robusta</i>

Silky Oak (southern) – Grevillea robusta

Jacaranda – <i>Jacaranda mimosifolia</i>

Jacaranda – Jacaranda mimosifolia

Sydney Blue Gum – <i>Eucalyptus saligna</i>

Sydney Blue Gum – Eucalyptus saligna

Camphor Laurel – <i>Cinnamomum camphora</i>

Camphor Laurel – Cinnamomum camphora

Spotted Gum - <i>Eucalyptus maculate</i>

Spotted Gum - Eucalyptus maculate

Burl or Burr – <i>What is a burl?</i>

Burl or Burr – What is a burl?

Rose Gum – <i>Eucalyptus grandis</i>

Rose Gum – Eucalyptus grandis

Red Gum, Forest – <i>Eucalyptus tereticornis</i>

Red Gum, Forest – Eucalyptus tereticornis

Blackbutt – <i>Eucalyptus pilularis</i>

Blackbutt – Eucalyptus pilularis

Mango – <i>Mangifera indica L</i>

Mango – Mangifera indica L

River Oak – <i>Casuarina cunninghamiana</i>

River Oak – Casuarina cunninghamiana

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