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Branco & Preto, 1950

Product ID: 00052

Description

About Branco & Preto

+Finishes

Fabric

Leather

Suede

Wood

Colour shown is indicative only and may not be totally accurate representation off finish due to variations in system/s used and/or display settings.

F-1

Characteristics

100% linen


F-2

Characteristics

100% polyester


F-3

Characteristics

40% cotton / 30% linen / 30% viscose


F-4

Characteristics

100% polyester


F-6

Characteristics

45% viscose / 20% polyester / 18% linen / 17% cotton


L-1


L-2


L-3


L-4


L-5


SUE-1


SUE-2


SUE-3


SUE-4


SUE-5


Light Imbuia

Scientific name

Ocotea Porosia, Lauraceae

Common names

Imbuia, also known as Canela-Imbuia, Imbuia-Amarela, Imbuia-Brazina, Imbuia-Clara, imbuia-Parda, Imbuia Rajada, Imbuia Preta, Umbuia and Brazilian Walnut. Ocotea catharinesis (canela-preta) and Cinnamomum Vesiculosm, are two species from southern Brazil that present similar characteristics.

Description

Imbuia trees will normally reach a height ranging from 15 to 40 meters and will have a diameter of 50 to 150 centimeters. The tree trunk is has a rough texture and becomes twisted when growing, because of that the canopy ends up spreading and widening.

Characteristics

The heart of the wood can vary considerably, ranging from yellowish light-gray to a reddish dark-gray. It is also normal to find a presence of darker veins on the trunk, being either wavy or parallel. However, the grain is normally straight and in some rare occasions it may become wavy. Imbuia has an irregular lustrous smooth surface, a pleasant odor and a bitter, astringent taste.


Honey Imbuia

Scientific name

Ocotea Porosia, Lauraceae

Common names

Imbuia, also known as Canela-Imbuia, Imbuia-Amarela, Imbuia-Brazina, Imbuia-Clara, imbuia-Parda, Imbuia Rajada, Imbuia Preta, Umbuia and Brazilian Walnut. Ocotea catharinesis (canela-preta) and Cinnamomum Vesiculosm, are two species from southern Brazil that present similar characteristics.

Description

Imbuia trees will normally reach a height ranging from 15 to 40 meters and will have a diameter of 50 to 150 centimeters. The tree trunk is has a rough texture and becomes twisted when growing, because of that the canopy ends up spreading and widening.

Characteristics

The heart of the wood can vary considerably, ranging from yellowish light-gray to a reddish dark-gray. It is also normal to find a presence of darker veins on the trunk, being either wavy or parallel. However, the grain is normally straight and in some rare occasions it may become wavy. Imbuia has an irregular lustrous smooth surface, a pleasant odor and a bitter, astringent taste.


Dark Imbuia

Scientific name

Ocotea Porosia, Lauraceae

Common names

Imbuia, also known as Canela-Imbuia, Imbuia-Amarela, Imbuia-Brazina, Imbuia-Clara, imbuia-Parda, Imbuia Rajada, Imbuia Preta, Umbuia and Brazilian Walnut. Ocotea catharinesis (canela-preta) and Cinnamomum Vesiculosm, are two species from southern Brazil that present similar characteristics

Description

Imbuia trees will normally reach a height ranging from 15 to 40 meters and will have a diameter of 50 to 150 centimeters. The tree trunk is has a rough texture and becomes twisted when growing, because of that the canopy ends up spreading and widening.

Characteristics

The heart of the wood can vary considerably, ranging from yellowish light-gray to a reddish dark-gray. It is also normal to find a presence of darker veins on the trunk, being either wavy or parallel. However, the grain is normally straight and in some rare occasions it may become wavy. Imbuia has an irregular lustrous smooth surface, a pleasant odor and a bitter, astringent taste.


Ebonized Imbuia

Scientific name

Ocotea Porosia, Lauraceae

Common names

Imbuia, also known as Canela-Imbuia, Imbuia-Amarela, Imbuia-Brazina, Imbuia-Clara, imbuia-Parda, Imbuia Rajada, Imbuia Preta, Umbuia and Brazilian Walnut. Ocotea catharinesis (canela-preta) and Cinnamomum Vesiculosm, are two species from southern Brazil that present similar characteristics.

Description

Imbuia trees will normally reach a height ranging from 15 to 40 meters and will have a diameter of 50 to 150 centimeters. The tree trunk is has a rough texture and becomes twisted when growing, because of that the canopy ends up spreading and widening.

Characteristics

The heart of the wood can vary considerably, ranging from yellowish light-gray to a reddish dark-gray. It is also normal to find a presence of darker veins on the trunk, being either wavy or parallel. However, the grain is normally straight and in some rare occasions it may become wavy. Imbuia has an irregular lustrous smooth surface, a pleasant odor and a bitter, astringent taste.


Washed Freijo

Scientific name

Codria goeldiana, Boraginaceae

Common names

Freijó, Frei-Jorge, Louro-pardo, Louro-amarelo and Louro-da-serra, Freijó-branco, Freijó-preto, Freijó-rajado, Freijó-verdadeiro and Cordia preta.

Description

Freijó consists of a straight almost perfectly cylindrical trunk with a commercial height of 7 to 26 meters and diameter from 45 to 61 centimeters. Although for commercial purposes it will not surpass 26 meters, in areas of optimum growth, the Freijó tree can reach up to 40 meters in height and 90 centimeters in diameter.

Characteristics

The heartwood has a yellowish-gray or even a chestnut brown-hued light-grayy color, in either a uniform manner or with faint parallel darker stripes and on rare occasions a rosy tone can be found. The sapwood has a gray or grayish white color ranging from 1.5 to 5 centimeters. It is generally straight grained with a glossy surface that is moderately rough to the touch.


Natural Freijo

Scientific name

Codria goeldiana, Boraginaceae

Common names

Freijó, Frei-Jorge, Louro-pardo, Louro-amarelo and Louro-da-serra, Freijó-branco, Freijó-preto, Freijó-rajado, Freijó-verdadeiro and Cordia preta.

Description

Freijó consists of a straight almost perfectly cylindrical trunk with a commercial height of 7 to 26 meters and diameter from 45 to 61 centimeters. Although for commercial purposes it will not surpass 26 meters, in areas of optimum growth, the Freijó tree can reach up to 40 meters in height and 90 centimeters in diameter.

Characteristics

The heartwood has a yellowish-gray or even a chestnut brown-hued light-grayy color, in either a uniform manner or with faint parallel darker stripes and on rare occasions a rosy tone can be found. The sapwood has a gray or grayish white color ranging from 1.5 to 5 centimeters. It is generally straight grained with a glossy surface that is moderately rough to the touch.


Stained Freijo

Scientific name

Codria goeldiana, Boraginaceae

Common names

Freijó, Frei-Jorge, Louro-pardo, Louro-amarelo and Louro-da-serra, Freijó-branco, Freijó-preto, Freijó-rajado, Freijó-verdadeiro and Cordia preta.

Description

Freijó consists of a straight almost perfectly cylindrical trunk with a commercial height of 7 to 26 meters and diameter from 45 to 61 centimeters. Although for commercial purposes it will not surpass 26 meters, in areas of optimum growth, the Freijó tree can reach up to 40 meters in height and 90 centimeters in diameter.

Characteristics

The heartwood has a yellowish-gray or even a chestnut brown-hued light-grayy color, in either a uniform manner or with faint parallel darker stripes and on rare occasions a rosy tone can be found. The sapwood has a gray or grayish white color ranging from 1.5 to 5 centimeters. It is generally straight grained with a glossy surface that is moderately rough to the touch.


Ebonized Freijo

Scientific name

Codria goeldiana, Boraginaceae

Common names

Freijó, Frei-Jorge, Louro-pardo, Louro-amarelo and Louro-da-serra, Freijó-branco, Freijó-preto, Freijó-rajado, Freijó-verdadeiro and Cordia preta.

Description

Freijó consists of a straight almost perfectly cylindrical trunk with a commercial height of 7 to 26 meters and diameter from 45 to 61 centimeters. Although for commercial purposes it will not surpass 26 meters, in areas of optimum growth, the Freijó tree can reach up to 40 meters in height and 90 centimeters in diameter.

Characteristics

The heartwood has a yellowish-gray or even a chestnut brown-hued light-grayy color, in either a uniform manner or with faint parallel darker stripes and on rare occasions a rosy tone can be found. The sapwood has a gray or grayish white color ranging from 1.5 to 5 centimeters. It is generally straight grained with a glossy surface that is moderately rough to the touch.


Washed Cedar

Scientific name

Cedrela odorata, Meliacea

Common names

Cedro, Cedro Vermelho, Red Cedar, Cedar, Cedre Acajou, Ceder, Cedro Rosa, Cedro Cobrado, Cedro Branco, Cedro Amargo, Cedro Macho.

Description

Cedar is a lightweight wood with the heartwood having a color that varies from an intense dark rosy beige or a rosy light chestnut to a reddish chestnut. The surface is glossy with golden highlights, the texture is rough and the grains are mostly straight or may have a slightly wavy pattern.


Natural Cedar

Scientific name

Cedrela odorata, Meliacea

Common names

Cedro, Cedro Vermelho, Red Cedar, Cedar, Cedre Acajou, Ceder, Cedro Rosa, Cedro Cobrado, Cedro Branco, Cedro Amargo, Cedro Macho.

Description

Cedar is a lightweight wood with the heartwood having a color that varies from an intense dark rosy beige or a rosy light chestnut to a reddish chestnut. The surface is glossy with golden highlights, the texture is rough and the grains are mostly straight or may have a slightly wavy pattern.


Stained Cedar

Scientific name

Cedrela odorata, Meliacea

Common names

Cedro, Cedro Vermelho, Red Cedar, Cedar, Cedre Acajou, Ceder, Cedro Rosa, Cedro Cobrado, Cedro Branco, Cedro Amargo, Cedro Macho.

Description

Cedar is a lightweight wood with the heartwood having a color that varies from an intense dark rosy beige or a rosy light chestnut to a reddish chestnut. The surface is glossy with golden highlights, the texture is rough and the grains are mostly straight or may have a slightly wavy pattern.


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