Cedar of Lebanon
  • Historically as specie of immense importance going back many thousands of years.
  • Today most Lebanon Cedar logs are found on important estates or stately homes in the UK.
  • They are usually a couple of hundred years old having been planted by the Victorian explorers of the 19th Century.
  • Logs are sliced for the straight grain and the timber gives of a very pleasing aromatic scent.
  • Used today mainly for the lining of drawers and wardrobes to keep moths away!
  • RELIANCE VENEER have produced mainly fine logs over the years into veneers. One such log yielded 14,500m2 of veneer from a single trunk that was 7m long.