The species, non-exhaustive presentation:
Moiré wood: The wood has changing and undulating reflections that are not continuous.
Speckled wood: The surface is regularly dotted with small knots of approximately equal size. Dappled wood: The wood reflects small rounded shapes arranged side by side.
Bramble wood: This veneer is mainly cut at the abutment of a tree (the part of the trunk on the root side). The leaves of burr wood have intertwined and twisted fibres.
Meshed wood: The surface is covered with small, tightly packed grains that are darker in colour and slightly shiny.
Burls and burls: The burl veneer is caught in a growth of the tree. This anomaly is produced by a wound, by the action of fungi or by insect bites. Scrubs are produced by a large number of adventitious buds that are unable to develop.
In addition to wood, other materials can appear in these inlays: tortoise shell, bone, straw, etc. Ferrous materials: brass, tin.