Colonial Burmese Teak
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Colonial Burmese Teak – ‘King of the hardwoods’, Teak which is Native to the tropics is naturally resistance to decay, inscects & rot, hense the nickname. This made it very sought after for its beauty and its durability. Ted Todd travelled over 5000 miles to Burma to find this wood. Extracing them from a South Asain 19th centure colonial home.
A Reclaimed Board
The charm of a reclaimed wood floor is hard to define and impossible to replicate. Reclaimed wood holds wonderful records of a past life, from beautiful patinas, rusty nail holes and weather cracks, to the smooth sections which have been corroded by the repeated touch of a thousand hands. The character that reclaimed wood holds is inimitable and its unique history provides a talking point to all who come into contact with it.
|Dimensions (W x L x D)||Random x Random x 20mm|
|Finish||Burnished Hardwax Oil|
|Certification||Genuine Reclaimed Sourced|
|Profile||Hand rolled edges, Ends matched, Tongue & Grooved|
|Suitable for underfloor heating||Yes|