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African Mahogany 100 b.f.
African Mahogany 100 b.f.
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$600.00
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African Mahogany 100 b.f.

African Mahogany 100 b.f.

WHOLE UNIT OF 4/4 LUMBER - 100 board feet Unit Contains: Unsorted, rough lumber (unsurfaced) with some checks. Kiln dried.  4-8" width, 6-10' length   ** PICTURE ABOVE SHOWS A FILE PHOTO (and may not fully represent the actual boards) SHIPPING NOTE:  Please note that shipping for this item is not correct. Due to the nature of our shopping cart, it will bill you a small amount of shipping. THIS IS NOT YOUR FINAL SHIPPING AMOUNT. The additional cost of shipping will be added after your checkout process due to the heavy weight & large dimensions of this slab. We will email you with details once we receive your order (or please call or email us for a custom quote before checkout).
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Honey Locust Lumber 4/4 100 b.f.
Locust 4/4
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$900.00
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Locust 4/4

Honey Locust Lumber 4/4 100 b.f.

Honey Locust, Gleditsia triacanthos, is a great American wood for the 4th of July week! The tree can reach a height of 65’–100’ feet and produce dense and durable lumber that works well and takes a nice polish. With fast growth, Honey Locust trees are relatively short-lived; their life spans are typically about 120 years, though some live up to 150 years. They are prone to losing large branches in windstorms. Honey Locust trees do not grow in sufficient numbers to support a bulk industry like Maple or Oak; rather, they provide a unique wood to a small niche market. Logs are also used for posts and rails since the wood takes a long time to rot. In the past, the hard thorns of the younger trees have been used as nails. Despite its name, the Honey Locust is not a significant honey plant. The name is derived from the sweet taste of the legume pulp, which was used for food by Native American people and can also be fermented to make beer. The long pods, which eventually dry and ripen to brown or maroon are surrounded in a tough, leathery skin that adheres very strongly to the pulp within. The pulp—bright green in unripe pods—is strongly sweet, crisp and succulent in unripe pods. Dark brown tannin-rich beans are found in slots within the pulp. The color in Honey Locust wood ranges from light pinkish red to creamy tan. These boards are rough, unsurfaced with natural defects, such as checks, in each board.  Kiln dried.  3-15" wide (6" avg.), 7-8' long Picture shown is a representation of these same boards AFTER trimming and planing. SHIPPING NOTE:  Please note that shipping for this item is not correct. Due to the nature of our shopping cart, it will bill you a small amount of shipping. THIS IS NOT YOUR FINAL SHIPPING AMOUNT. The additional cost of shipping will be added after your checkout process due to the heavy weight & large dimensions of this slab. We will email you with details once we receive your order (or please call or email us for a custom quote before checkout).
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Olive Lumber 4/4 100 b.f.
OLIVE 4/4
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$5,000.00
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OLIVE 4/4

Olive Lumber 4/4 100 b.f.

Oleo Europa, grown throughout many areas of Central Europe, was planted by locals, soldiers, and anyone who has enjoyed eating olives or cooking with olive oil. Native European stock tends to produce larger boules with larger, thicker, and more stable lumber. Ideal for high end cabinets, end tables, and fancy turned articles. European Olive tends to have regular grain patterns (not fiddle back or burl) unlike the orchard trees in the United States. A rare and prized species in exotic lumber. Italy. This is the same species of olive that is sent from the "Holy land" it has just been grown elsewhere. These boards are rough, unsurfaced with natural defects, such as checks and voids, in each board.  They are kiln dried with live edge.  Will yield 2-5 usable cuttings Picture shown is a representation of these same boards AFTER trimming and planing. SHIPPING NOTE:  Please note that shipping for this item is not correct. Due to the nature of our shopping cart, it will bill you a small amount of shipping. THIS IS NOT YOUR FINAL SHIPPING AMOUNT. The additional cost of shipping will be added after your checkout process due to the heavy weight & large dimensions of this slab. We will email you with details once we receive your order (or please call or email us for a custom quote before checkout).
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4/4 Zebra 250 b.f. - # 1&2 Grade
4/4 Zebra 250 b.f. - # 1&2 Grade
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$3,750.00
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4/4 Zebra 250 b.f. - # 1&2 Grade

4/4 Zebra 250 b.f. - # 1&2 Grade

WHOLE UNIT OF 4/4 LUMBER - 250 board feet (#1&2 grade) Unit Contains: #1&2 grade Unsorted, rough lumber (unsurfaced) with some gum pockets & checks. kiln dried.  4-8" width, 8-12' length From equatorial western Africa, Zebrawood is usually logged by hand with a hundred men or more on mountain slopes. One of the most appealing features of Zebra is the exotic appearance of the colorful grain. Black & golden lines make this an excellent choice for many projects. For ease in finishing, use a sanding sealer to seal the open pores. Zebra has interlocking grain that can produce beautiful iridescence in quartersawn boards! The wood is prone to checking and twisting if not properly cared for. Uses include: furniture, cabinets, architectural applications (veneer), turned articles, rifle stocks, and boxes. Africa. ** PICTURE ABOVE SHOWS SELECT & BETTER GRADE FILE PHOTO (you will be receiving #1&2 grade) SHIPPING NOTE:  Please note that shipping for this item is not correct. Due to the nature of our shopping cart, it will bill you a small amount of shipping. THIS IS NOT YOUR FINAL SHIPPING AMOUNT. The additional cost of shipping will be added after your checkout process due to the heavy weight & large dimensions of this slab. We will email you with details once we receive your order (or please call or email us for a custom quote before checkout).
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4/4 Zebra 100 b.f. - # 1&2 Grade
4/4 Zebra 100 b.f. - # 1&2 Grade
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$1,300.00
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4/4 Zebra 100 b.f. - # 1&2 Grade

4/4 Zebra 100 b.f. - # 1&2 Grade

WHOLE UNIT OF 4/4 LUMBER - 100 board feet (#1&2 grade) Unit Contains: #1&2 grade Unsorted, rough lumber (unsurfaced) with some gum pockets & checks. Kiln dried.  4-8" width, 8-12' length From equatorial western Africa, Zebrawood is usually logged by hand with a hundred men or more on mountain slopes. One of the most appealing features of Zebra is the exotic appearance of the colorful grain. Black & golden lines make this an excellent choice for many projects. For ease in finishing, use a sanding sealer to seal the open pores. Zebra has interlocking grain that can produce beautiful iridescence in quartersawn boards! The wood is prone to checking and twisting if not properly cared for. Uses include: furniture, cabinets, architectural applications (veneer), turned articles, rifle stocks, and boxes. Africa. ** PICTURE ABOVE SHOWS SELECT & BETTER GRADE FILE PHOTO (you will be receiving #1&2 grade) SHIPPING NOTE:  Please note that shipping for this item is not correct. Due to the nature of our shopping cart, it will bill you a small amount of shipping. THIS IS NOT YOUR FINAL SHIPPING AMOUNT. The additional cost of shipping will be added after your checkout process due to the heavy weight & large dimensions of this slab. We will email you with details once we receive your order (or please call or email us for a custom quote before checkout).
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