Widespread throughout Europe from the North Pyrenees to Russia and Scandinavia.
similar in appearance to the Whitewood; Antique types of wood such as European Larch and Whitewood obtain by a complex steaming method and cooking process a similar appearance like traditional matured timber. An advantage of this method is due to the low cracking of the wood, wood-own frictions will be relieved to a large extent. A definite distinguishing feature to matured timber is the absence of wormholes and other, age-related mistakes because it actually is a matter of fresh wood. Because of the guided steaming- and cooking method is it possible to produce bigger amounts of similar veneers in the face of the wood structure and the coloring.