Both ecologically and economically, veneer is the best way to utilise wood and is among the most finely fashioned products that can be made out of wood. The process involves cutting thin layers from the log. Each sheet of veneer is unique. Wood veneer is then affixed to a carrier panel or medium-density
fibreboard (MDF). In doing so, a layer of solid wood is applied to this wood foundation. In compliance with our own quality guidelines, a typical wood profile with the character of solid wood is created using various different sheets of veneer for nearly all types of wood veneers.

The differences in structure and colour, branches and knots are desirable features and give the wood its solid character. For manufacturing reasons (cutting of veneer), the positioning of the veneer between the tabletop and collapsing table leaf is always slightly offset (max 5 mm). This is unavoidable and therefore does not constitute any grounds for reclamation.

Here it is also possible that various effects from light may change the colour of the wood. We therefore ask that you also expose these tabletop extension panels (table fully extended) to various lighting situations as often as possible, particularly at the beginning.

Veneered surfaces are generally only available with natural coating as the oil cannot get into the veneer sheet and protect it from inside as in case of solid wood. Moreover, veneer cannot be polished and oiled randomly often to renew it as the veneer coating is very thin.

For care, ideally you should use a clean, damp cotton or microfibre cloth. Then dry off the surface using a soft cloth.