Brazilian Oak

Janka Hardness Scale: 1650

Origin: South America, mostly in Venezuela, Suriname, Brazil, and Guyana

Exotic hard wood

Grades Available

All Brazilian Oak is milled in South America because it is more cost effective. All boards have lengths 1-7′ and 2 1/4″ to 5″ widths as to fit into shipping containers. This lumber is almost impossible to find in the U.S., therefore only short lengths are available.

  • Clear grade is the most common grade. It has a tan color and looks similar to American Ash.
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