Bog oak is an oak wood that has been lying in wetlands, submerged under water and peat for several thousand years. These anaerobic conditions protected oak wood from decay, while the acidic water and minerals dissolved in it, changed the coloring of the wood to an almost inky black. Usually it is extracted from rivers and wetlands, in areas where oaks have grown for several milennia.
It is produced for nature and natural lovers.
Bog Oak lamella is produced from fresh cut usual oak.