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Rutic Holly Live Edge Lumber
New!W89240
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$49.99
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New!W89240

Rutic Holly Live Edge Lumber

This piece of lumber has nice color with a live edge! It has numerous checks, splits, and knots present. Kiln dried and surfaced on two sides. Must be able to work with the defects.
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Rustic Holly Live Edge Lumber
New!W88732
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New!W88732

Rustic Holly Live Edge Lumber

This piece of lumber was reclaimed and has a live edge with nice color! Kiln dried and ready to use!
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Holly Micro Lumber
W88182
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$34.99
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W88182

Holly Micro Lumber

American Holly produces the whitest wood of any American tree. The tree grows to heights of up to 60 ft. and can be as large as 2-3 ft. in diameter. Generally, Holly tends to be a rather bushy shrub that is 15-25 ft. high and has numerous branches having the appearance of a gum drop if growing in the open. Holly is primarily used for its branches to make wreaths and sprays. Annually there are over 10,000 people employed in cutting and gathering Holly branches for manufacturers. The fruit is consumed by wild turkeys, deer, and other birds. Wood uses include: piano keys, instrument parts, inlay, intarsia, and small parts on furniture. Lumber must be dried quickly to remain white but dried slowly enough that the boards do not check and twist. This rustic piece has knots with check present.
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Holly Micro Lumber
W88175
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$24.99
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W88175

Holly Micro Lumber

American Holly produces the whitest wood of any American tree. The tree grows to heights of up to 60 ft. and can be as large as 2-3 ft. in diameter. Generally, Holly tends to be a rather bushy shrub that is 15-25 ft. high and has numerous branches having the appearance of a gum drop if growing in the open. Holly is primarily used for its branches to make wreaths and sprays. Annually there are over 10,000 people employed in cutting and gathering Holly branches for manufacturers. The fruit is consumed by wild turkeys, deer, and other birds. Wood uses include: piano keys, instrument parts, inlay, intarsia, and small parts on furniture. Lumber must be dried quickly to remain white but dried slowly enough that the boards do not check and twist. This piece has knots with checks present.
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Holly Micro Lumber
W88174
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$24.99
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W88174

Holly Micro Lumber

American Holly produces the whitest wood of any American tree. The tree grows to heights of up to 60 ft. and can be as large as 2-3 ft. in diameter. Generally, Holly tends to be a rather bushy shrub that is 15-25 ft. high and has numerous branches having the appearance of a gum drop if growing in the open. Holly is primarily used for its branches to make wreaths and sprays. Annually there are over 10,000 people employed in cutting and gathering Holly branches for manufacturers. The fruit is consumed by wild turkeys, deer, and other birds. Wood uses include: piano keys, instrument parts, inlay, intarsia, and small parts on furniture. Lumber must be dried quickly to remain white but dried slowly enough that the boards do not check and twist. This piece has a live edge with some knots and checks present.
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Holly Lumber
W88170
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$19.99
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W88170

Holly Lumber

American Holly produces the whitest wood of any American tree. The tree grows to heights of up to 60 ft. and can be as large as 2-3 ft. in diameter. Generally, Holly tends to be a rather bushy shrub that is 15-25 ft. high and has numerous branches having the appearance of a gum drop if growing in the open. Holly is primarily used for its branches to make wreaths and sprays. Annually there are over 10,000 people employed in cutting and gathering Holly branches for manufacturers. The fruit is consumed by wild turkeys, deer, and other birds. Wood uses include: piano keys, instrument parts, inlay, intarsia, and small parts on furniture. Lumber must be dried quickly to remain white but dried slowly enough that the boards do not check and twist. This rustic piece has knots with checks present.
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Holly Lumber
W88166
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$37.49
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W88166

Holly Lumber

American Holly produces the whitest wood of any American tree. The tree grows to heights of up to 60 ft. and can be as large as 2-3 ft. in diameter. Generally, Holly tends to be a rather bushy shrub that is 15-25 ft. high and has numerous branches having the appearance of a gum drop if growing in the open. Holly is primarily used for its branches to make wreaths and sprays. Annually there are over 10,000 people employed in cutting and gathering Holly branches for manufacturers. The fruit is consumed by wild turkeys, deer, and other birds. Wood uses include: piano keys, instrument parts, inlay, intarsia, and small parts on furniture. Lumber must be dried quickly to remain white but dried slowly enough that the boards do not check and twist. This piece has great color and a live edge with some knots present.
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Holly Micro Lumber
W88165
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$56.24
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W88165

Holly Micro Lumber

American Holly produces the whitest wood of any American tree. The tree grows to heights of up to 60 ft. and can be as large as 2-3 ft. in diameter. Generally, Holly tends to be a rather bushy shrub that is 15-25 ft. high and has numerous branches having the appearance of a gum drop if growing in the open. Holly is primarily used for its branches to make wreaths and sprays. Annually there are over 10,000 people employed in cutting and gathering Holly branches for manufacturers. The fruit is consumed by wild turkeys, deer, and other birds. Wood uses include: piano keys, instrument parts, inlay, intarsia, and small parts on furniture. Lumber must be dried quickly to remain white but dried slowly enough that the boards do not check and twist. This piece has great width with sound knots and incursions present.
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Holly Micro Lumber
W88163
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$32.49
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W88163

Holly Micro Lumber

American Holly produces the whitest wood of any American tree. The tree grows to heights of up to 60 ft. and can be as large as 2-3 ft. in diameter. Generally, Holly tends to be a rather bushy shrub that is 15-25 ft. high and has numerous branches having the appearance of a gum drop if growing in the open. Holly is primarily used for its branches to make wreaths and sprays. Annually there are over 10,000 people employed in cutting and gathering Holly branches for manufacturers. The fruit is consumed by wild turkeys, deer, and other birds. Wood uses include: piano keys, instrument parts, inlay, intarsia, and small parts on furniture. Lumber must be dried quickly to remain white but dried slowly enough that the boards do not check and twist. This piece has knots with checks present.
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Holly Micro Lumber
W88150
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$24.99
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W88150

Holly Micro Lumber

American Holly produces the whitest wood of any American tree. The tree grows to heights of up to 60 ft. and can be as large as 2-3 ft. in diameter. Generally, Holly tends to be a rather bushy shrub that is 15-25 ft. high and has numerous branches having the appearance of a gum drop if growing in the open. Holly is primarily used for its branches to make wreaths and sprays. Annually there are over 10,000 people employed in cutting and gathering Holly branches for manufacturers. The fruit is consumed by wild turkeys, deer, and other birds. Wood uses include: piano keys, instrument parts, inlay, intarsia, and small parts on furniture. Lumber must be dried quickly to remain white but dried slowly enough that the boards do not check and twist. This rustic piece has knots with checks present.
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Holly Micro Lumber
W88149
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$37.49
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W88149

Holly Micro Lumber

American Holly produces the whitest wood of any American tree. The tree grows to heights of up to 60 ft. and can be as large as 2-3 ft. in diameter. Generally, Holly tends to be a rather bushy shrub that is 15-25 ft. high and has numerous branches having the appearance of a gum drop if growing in the open. Holly is primarily used for its branches to make wreaths and sprays. Annually there are over 10,000 people employed in cutting and gathering Holly branches for manufacturers. The fruit is consumed by wild turkeys, deer, and other birds. Wood uses include: piano keys, instrument parts, inlay, intarsia, and small parts on furniture. Lumber must be dried quickly to remain white but dried slowly enough that the boards do not check and twist. This piece has some bark incursions and knots in the crotch wood figure.
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Holly Lumber
W88152
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$82.49
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W88152

Holly Lumber

American Holly produces the whitest wood of any American tree. The tree grows to heights of up to 60 ft. and can be as large as 2-3 ft. in diameter. Generally, Holly tends to be a rather bushy shrub that is 15-25 ft. high and has numerous branches having the appearance of a gum drop if growing in the open. Holly is primarily used for its branches to make wreaths and sprays. Annually there are over 10,000 people employed in cutting and gathering Holly branches for manufacturers. The fruit is consumed by wild turkeys, deer, and other birds. Wood uses include: piano keys, instrument parts, inlay, intarsia, and small parts on furniture. Lumber must be dried quickly to remain white but dried slowly enough that the boards do not check and twist. This piece has one live edge with a few knots and checks present.
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Holly Micro Lumber
W88141
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$37.49
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W88141

Holly Micro Lumber

American Holly produces the whitest wood of any American tree. The tree grows to heights of up to 60 ft. and can be as large as 2-3 ft. in diameter. Generally, Holly tends to be a rather bushy shrub that is 15-25 ft. high and has numerous branches having the appearance of a gum drop if growing in the open. Holly is primarily used for its branches to make wreaths and sprays. Annually there are over 10,000 people employed in cutting and gathering Holly branches for manufacturers. The fruit is consumed by wild turkeys, deer, and other birds. Wood uses include: piano keys, instrument parts, inlay, intarsia, and small parts on furniture. Lumber must be dried quickly to remain white but dried slowly enough that the boards do not check and twist. This piece has great figure and color. A few knots with checks are present.
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Holly Lumber
W88137
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$24.99
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W88137

Holly Lumber

American Holly produces the whitest wood of any American tree. The tree grows to heights of up to 60 ft. and can be as large as 2-3 ft. in diameter. Generally, Holly tends to be a rather bushy shrub that is 15-25 ft. high and has numerous branches having the appearance of a gum drop if growing in the open. Holly is primarily used for its branches to make wreaths and sprays. Annually there are over 10,000 people employed in cutting and gathering Holly branches for manufacturers. The fruit is consumed by wild turkeys, deer, and other birds. Wood uses include: piano keys, instrument parts, inlay, intarsia, and small parts on furniture. Lumber must be dried quickly to remain white but dried slowly enough that the boards do not check and twist. This piece has good color with a live edge. Knots with checks are present.
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Holly Lumber
W88117
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$49.99
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W88117

Holly Lumber

American Holly produces the whitest wood of any American tree. The tree grows to heights of up to 60 ft. and can be as large as 2-3 ft. in diameter. Generally, Holly tends to be a rather bushy shrub that is 15-25 ft. high and has numerous branches having the appearance of a gum drop if growing in the open. Holly is primarily used for its branches to make wreaths and sprays. Annually there are over 10,000 people employed in cutting and gathering Holly branches for manufacturers. The fruit is consumed by wild turkeys, deer, and other birds. Wood uses include: piano keys, instrument parts, inlay, intarsia, and small parts on furniture. Lumber must be dried quickly to remain white but dried slowly enough that the boards do not check and twist. This rustic piece has numerous checks and splits with a live edge present.
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Holly
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