In Serbia, especially in Sumadija, there aren’t any large walnut forests or plantations. There are walnut trees planted in small areas or individual self-sown trees. The quality, strength, hardness, completely unique texture and color of this wood have classified it among the most expensive kinds in the world.
Serbian walnut has a specific combination of colors. Its identity is a visually distinctive so we can say that Serbian walnut tree is considered to be our autochthonous species, a very well-known and appreciated.
In our market, some types of wood such as teak or wenge are expensive because they come from very distant places, so it is very difficult and expensive to obtain them. Solid wood floorings or flooring boards made of Serbian walnut wood for example in Italy cost between $ 150 and 220 euro /m2, and they were mostly popular at the Fair of Furniture in Cologne in 2012.
Walnut generally has no particular color. Every piece has little to do with the other, so that each is completely unique, and whether it is set as parquet, flooring boards or wall coverings, it is a special and never repeated artwork of nature. Patterns of fibers provide remarkable depth to walnut wood, so that wood resembles amber.
Tara LLC has the most optimal way to distribute Serbian walnut wood on the market because we use the nearest possible raw materials, we have our own factory and we are the largest processors of walnut wood in Serbia over two decades.