Quarter Sawn White Oak Wood Sample, Blackened Finish
Blackened Oak uses a deep stain on quarter sawn white oak, giving the deep, mysterious color found on antiques. The grain and heartwood meld together.
Quarter sawn oak is cut against the grain to create a more varied appearance and texture. We use white oak for our quarter-sawn cuts, as it has additional contrast and 'ray flake' in the wood which comes out beautifully when cut at an angle. White Oak is a solid, sturdy wood that is uniform in texture and color. Its grain is relatively large, and takes on colored stain quite well. With age, its color will change take on minor amber tones. This is a minor change in color. Its species name is Quercus Alba, and its Janka rating (hardness and resistance to scrapes, gouges and cuts) is 1360.
Matching organic furniture is available, created with low VOC finishes.