Quartered Red Oak

Species: Quartered Red Oak

Common Names/Species: Northern Red Oak, Appalachian Red Oak, Southern Red Oak

Scientific Name: Quercus rubrum

Description: Quartersawn Red Oak has figure called flecking, produced from sawing radially from the center of the log and exposing medullar rays. Flecking is more subtle than in White Oak.

Common uses: Architectural Millwork, Furniture, cabinets, flooring

Sources: Eastern United States

Size/Form: quartered-red-oak

lbs/BF (dry): 3.49

Hardness: Hard

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