Brazilian Cedar

Cedrela spp (Brazil)

Similar in appearance to Brazilian Mahogany, Cigar Box Cedar, with its distinctive scent, is the correct timber for lining humidors and cigar boxes.


Density: 480 kg/m sq.

Brazilian Cedar
Cedar of Lebanon

Cedrus libani (Europe)

Cedar of Lebanon is mid-brown in colour and durable, with a natural oiliness producing an intense incense-like fragrance, long recognised as a moth deterrent. This timber is ideal for making wardrobes and blanket chests.

Variable supply of log sawn planks, refer for current stocks


Density: 480 kg/m sq.

Cedar of Lebanon
Pencil Cedar
Currently not available
Pencil Cedar
Yellow Cedar

Chamaecyparis nootkatensis (NW North America)

Yellow Cedar is a specialist’s timber sourced from the same area as Red Cedar. It is pale yellow to off-white with an inconspicuous grain and a consistency and stability which renders it ideal for carving and architectural model making as well as for canoe construction


Density: 310 kg/m sq.

Yellow Cedar
Western Red Cedar

Thuja plicata

Red Cedar, from the western seaboard of North America, is well known for its compelling aroma and warm red/brown colour. It is fairly soft and lightweight and has considerable resistance to exposure.

Cedar is well suited for internal and external joinery including outdoor cladding

Western Red Cedar
Douglas Fir

Pseudotsuga menziesii (NW North America)



Also known as British Columbian or Oregon, Pine this is an exceptional softwood, being strong, hard wearing and attractive with a distinctive grain and rather darker than European Redwood. The timber is usually knot free and of good length and width. Douglas Fir has numerous uses: decorative flooring, staircases, furniture, external joinery and boat building are just a few examples. Large cross-sections and long lengths up to 10m may be available for structural applications.


Density: 530 kg/m sq.

Douglas Fir
Quebec Yellow Pine

Pinus Strobus (Eastern North America)


Also known as Eastern White Pine, Qubec Yellow Pine is the tallest conifer in Eastern Canada. Its wood is the least resinous of all pines. A very fast-growing tree, it can reach heights of 90 metres with diameters up to 250 centimetres. Although fast growing it has a very uniform texture and is often used for mouldings, cabinetwork, doors, windows, siding and panelling. Its wood is tender and ranges from creamy white to yellow. It is valued for its very fine tight grain and works exceptionally well. 



Please note we stock the superior quality "Select" grade. 


Quebec Yellow Pine
Southern Yellow Pine

Pinus Palustris & Pinus Elliotti 


A yellow/brown resinous heartwood with pale coloured sapwood. The Southern Yellow pine can be used for internal joinery and is avalable in standard prepared sizes as below: 


Approximate finished sizes:


20mm x 285mm

32mm x 285mm

44mm x 285mm


Southern Yellow Pine
Russian Redwood  (Limited availability)

Pinus sylvestris (Northern Russia)

Also known as Baltic Pine or Scots Pine, our stocks of Pinus sylvestris should not be confused with the inferior faster grown productions of Scandinavia.


Timber from these slow growing trees has a finer less pronounced grain, is more stable and easier to work. We keep the best imported grade, known as ‘Unsorted’, which is used for quality cabinet making and architectural and general joinery.



Limited Sawn Boards in stock: 

25mm x 200mm   (4.2M to 4.8M lengths)

38mm x 150mm   (5.7M to 6M lengths)

Density: 760 kg/m sq.

Russian Redwood

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