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APPI is proud to be the North American Trade Partner with JAF.  Our webshop is a major evolution in online veneer selection and specification. 12 million square meters of veneer, 190 types of wood, and around 1.2 million veneer surfaces of current, live inventory can be viewed immediately from the link below. Every front and the rear surface is shown in high-resolution images. In a matter of just seconds, you can scan through all the pictures by setting various filters: for example the origin, type of wood, color, or length. A summary of the results will be shown according to your search criteria.

A magnifying glass function provides an in-depth view and shows the individuality of the veneers in detail. In this way, the precise structure of every individual composite can be identified and assessed. This means we can guarantee that there will be no surprises on delivery. Then within a short time, our customers receive their quotation and price information.

Wherever you are, APPI is there with you: putting in the miles on the road, e-mails with large image files and long download times a thing of the past  – which means enormous time savings.

Live Flitch Selection

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  • American walnut is the quintessential native hardwood and a hallmark of wood quality and tradition—one of the country’s most versatile, varied, and well-loved veneers. It produces a wider variety of figures than any other wood. Quarter cut veneers have a straight, even grain; flat cut produces a beautiful cathedral pattern. Burled walnut is a rare and exceptional offering—rich and dark with a beautiful swirling grain intermingled with clusters of burl. Also available in recon and rough cut. Learn About Veneer Cut & Matching
  • Wenge is striking rich, dark, coffee-colored wood with subtly contrasting, nearly black streaks. Straight grained with a coarse texture and matte finish, wenge produces large leaves well suited for architectural use. This extraordinary wood lends an elegant and exotic appeal to the built environment. Learn About Veneer Cut & Matching
  • Often called African teak, afrormosia grows in relatively dry forests in the Congo basin of west Africa. Typically available in larger leaves than teak, it has a beautiful golden brown color; a fine, uniform texture; natural luster; and a typically straight grain that may produce a broken stripe when quarter cut. This veneer can be stained to a variety of colors and is a popular choice for architectural and boat interiors. Learn About Veneer Cut & Matching
  • Akacio veneer is a little-known treasure from Central and South America. It has a lovely honey color, tan to brown lines, straight grain, and a medium texture. Against a fairly uniform background, this species can produce a range of beautiful figures, including curly and fiddleback figures reminiscent of anegre or maple, and is an excellent, adaptable choice for a wide range of interior styles. Learn About Veneer Cut & Matching
  • Alder is a warm honey-red colored wood with a beautiful, subtle grain interspersed with fine lines and flecks produced by the tree’s annual growth rings. Domestic alder grows in a mile wide coastal strip along the Pacific coast from Canada almost to Mexico; European alder along. The wood darkens to a warm reddish-brown color after being felled. Natural markings including pithy flecks and streaks add to the singular character of this wood. Learn About Veneer Cut & Matching
  • Amboyna burl is among the world’s rarest and most expensive veneers—holding the distinction of being the original wood used on Rolls Royce dashboards. Leaves are small in dimension due to the small size of the burl. Deep yellow-orange to red, amboina burl has an unsurpassed depth and beauty prized in high-quality architectural woodwork and cabinetry. Learn About Veneer Cut & Matching
  • Anegre has a lustrous sheen, an even texture, and grain that is typically straight, but maybe interlocked, wavy, or marked with a wide range of beautiful shimmering figures. Sought after for its light creamy color, large logs, uniformity across flitches, and unobtrusive grain markings, anegre takes stain readily and is often dyed to resemble cherry, walnut, or other woods. Learn About Veneer Cut & Matching
  • Anegre has a lustrous sheen, and even texture, and grain that is typically straight, but may be interlocked, wavy, or marked with a wide range of beautiful shimmering figures. Sought after for its light creamy color, large logs, uniformity across flitches, and unobtrusive grain markings, anegre takes stain readily and is often dyed to resemble cherry, walnut, or other woods. Learn About Veneer Cut & Matching
  • Anegre has a lustrous sheen, and even texture, and grain that is typically straight, but maybe interlocked, wavy, or marked with a wide range of beautiful shimmering figures. Sought after for its light creamy color, large logs, uniformity across flitches, and unobtrusive grain markings, anegre takes stain readily and is often dyed to resemble cherry, walnut, or other woods. Learn About Veneer Cut & Matching
  • Anegre has a lustrous sheen, and even texture, and grain that is typically straight but maybe interlocked, wavy, or marked with a wide range of beautiful shimmering figures. Sought after for its light creamy color, large logs, uniformity across flitches, and unobtrusive grain markings, anegre takes stain readily and is often dyed to resemble cherry, walnut, or other woods. Learn About Veneer Cut & Matching
  • Ancient Norwegians considered a mythological ash tree to be the center of the world. Among the palest colored veneers, ash has a lustrous surface, beautiful straight grain, a light stripe effect, and subtle contrast between its light tan heartwood and creamy sapwood. It produces a wide range of beautiful, shimmering figures and delicate burls. Extremely strong, ash is the lumber of choice for parallel bars, baseball bats and tool handles. In veneer, it’s prized for high-quality furniture and for use in light, open interiors. Learn About Veneer Cut & Matching

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