Janka Hardness Scale: 1650
Origin: South America, mostly in Venezuela, Suriname, Brazil, and Guyana
Exotic hard wood
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.