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Victorian Ash Species Details   (Back to Species List)

Detailed information pertaining to Victorian Ash (Eucalyptus, regnans/obliqua/delegatensis) is detailed below:

Specie Names
Lumber Name(s): Tasmanian Oak, Victorian Ash.
Grown in: Australia: in Tasmania and in the State of Victoria.
Tasmanian Oak / Victorian Ash is a straw to tan colored wood, all of which is rift sawn, and is similar in appearance to straight grain American Oak.
Color Range and Color Change
Color Range: Tasmanian Oak / Victorian Ash, depending on the areas it is sourced from, can have a medium high degree of color variation from a pale straw color, some with pinkish highlights, through to tan colors and some medium gray/brown colors. We offer a color/species selected range which encompasses the straw to tan tones with some pinkish highlights.
Color Change: Tasmanian Oak / Victorian Ash over time undergoes a slight degree of color change with a muting of the overall color variation and an ambering of the straw colors to a slightly darker tan color.
Where to Use
Tasmanian Oak / Victorian Ash may be used residentially wherever a specially selected straight grained "oak" look is desired.
Special Characteristics and Issues
Allergic Reactions: Tasmanian Oak / Victorian Ash has been known to cause contact dermatitis so care must be taken when coming into contact with the sawdust.
Product availability
This species is currently not available in any collections.
Hardness Chart
Hardness Chart for Victorian Ash.
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