"Celebrating 40+ Years of Customer Service"


12650 W 64th AVE UNIT E446
ARVADA CO 80004 - USA -



Started in electrical engineering and ended as a marquetry artist.

For the past several decades,

"Loves being a wood veneer merchant."


Full partner since 2014

Stacey has been a vital part of the organization since the 1980's.

Her inspiration for the woods and creative spirit have made her a big part

of customer service and shipping . . .

  • Are you ready for some really unique veneers in your projects? We have been involved in the purchase and sale of unusual, interesting, and rare veneers SINCE 1980 . . .
  • We are genuinely interested in your individual needs. We will give you the personal attention you deserve, whether you are an architectural firm, a five man cabinet shop, an artist, or hobbyist. We are always open to questions via e-mail.
  • Our goal is to customize your order. This special attention takes a little extra time, but we like to think of our customers as individuals. We really do take the time to search our inventory in an effort to make you happy.
  • We have a unique system for veneer storage. For those smaller projects, craft items, boxes, marquetry, and restoration, we have an extensive collection of unusual and interesting variations.
ORDER SIZE: No Minimum Order : ALL orders are welcome . . .

Customer assumes all responsibility and liability for use and results of merchandise. Our liability under any order shall not exceed our merchandise amount less restocking charges. All, Duties, Tariffs, VATS, and Taxes must be paid in country of delivery by Purchaser.


WOOD DUST WARNING: Wood dust has several hazards associated with exposure to it in the workplace. In general, exposure to excessive amounts is considered to have an irritant effect on eyes, nose and throat in addition to pulmonary function impairment and is considered a human carcinogen. Western red cedar dust has also been shown to cause asthma. Significant accumulations of fine particles of wood dust can also be a fire and explosion hazard in the workplace. The following web pages list different types of woods and provide information about each one and how they may affect humans. SEE THE REFERENCE: http://www.osha.gov/SLTC/wooddust/index.html