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Masur Birch

Masur Birch is a grain figure most commonly seen in Silver Birch. It is often known as Karelian Birch named after the Karelia Region between Finland and Russia where this particular grain figure is farmed. Its appearance is very similar to birdseye maple. A pale slightly pinkish tone with dark flecks caused by a growth defect that causes small pieces of bark from the outside of the tree being grown over.

Masur Birch

Masur Birch is a grain figure most commonly seen in Silver Birch. It is often known as Karelian Birch named after the Karelia Region between Finland and Russia where this particular grain figure is farmed. Its appearance is very similar to birdseye maple. A pale slightly pinkish tone with dark flecks caused by a growth defect that causes small pieces of bark from the outside of the tree being grown over.

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