This one is solid timber, its not veneer.
I'm pretty sure Corinthian and Hume doors are all solid timber with a veneer overlay.
They are made well but aren't solid feature timber. Typically will be Meranti core with a veneer.
If you want solid feature timber doors you normally have to go to a specialist joinery company and have them custom made, and they are very expensive.
The Corinthian and Hume options are a good sweet point of look and price hence the reason they are used on project homes.
This kind of doors from Corinthian is not cheap. These doors more durable as well as more beautiful.
I am wondering what you are trying mean.
I wasn't meaning anything just adding some clarity.
gogo65 was talking about solid timber ie the door is made from solid single pieces of timber.
Most Corinthian and Hume doors are made with a Meranti core with a feature veneer overlay.
Many people don't realise this and just assume that the entire door is made of the same timber as the feature veneer.
It's not bad. The Meranti finger jointed cores used are very stable and help the door to remain straight and true so it's not a big deal. They look good and perform well.
I know Corinthian do have solid cedar doors so yours may well be one of those.