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Elm Vessel Blank
W141343
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$49.99
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W141343

Elm Vessel Blank

This Elm woodturning blank has rich color for beautiful projects. It is high quality stock that will turn easily and yield a nice finish. As with all wood there may be minor checks, incursions, or a rough edge; if so they should easily turn away. This was freshly cut in May 2021, completely wax sealed, and contains residual moisture; twice turning is recommended. Logs were dried four years prior to milling.

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Elm
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Claro Walnut Vessel Blank
W141416
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$224.99
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W141416

Claro Walnut Vessel Blank

This high quality Claro Walnut turning stock has beautiful colors and patterns. The wood was freshly cut in May 2021 and contains residual moisture. The twice turning method is recommended. It has been completely wax sealed. Blank may have an occasional check that should turn away. Minor incursions may be present. Shrinkage can occur with drying (mostly in areas with sapwood). This high quality woodturning stock is brimming with possibilities! Reward your lathe with a woodworking treat!

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Walnut; Claro
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Black Cottonwood Vessel Blank
W141409
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$94.99
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W141409

Black Cottonwood Vessel Blank

This Black cottonwood turning blank has good colors and may have interesting patterns. These blanks are freshly cut; twice turning is recommended. Some pieces may have developed a bit of mildew on the outside 1/4" (the wood is trying to spalt). There are a few options for dealing with this. You can purchase the piece as is, with full dimensions, or for no additional cost, we can surface on 4 sides so that it doesn't have any mildew. Doing this will make the piece 1/2 inch smaller in each dimension. EXAMPLE ONLY: Resurfacing a 12 x 8 x 8 blank would yield final dimensions of 7.5 x 7.5 x 11.5. When you place the order, please leave instructions in the comment section of the order and we'll be happy to help!

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Black Cottonwood
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Black Cottonwood Vessel Blank
W141326
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$122.49
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W141326

Black Cottonwood Vessel Blank

This Black cottonwood turning blank has good colors and may have interesting patterns. These blanks are freshly cut; twice turning is recommended. Some pieces may have developed a bit of mildew on the outside 1/4" (the wood is trying to spalt). There are a few options for dealing with this. You can purchase the piece as is, with full dimensions, or for no additional cost, we can surface on 4 sides so that it doesn't have any mildew. Doing this will make the piece 1/2 inch smaller in each dimension. EXAMPLE ONLY: Resurfacing a 12 x 8 x 8 blank would yield final dimensions of 7.5 x 7.5 x 11.5. When you place the order, please leave instructions in the comment section of the order and we'll be happy to help!

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Black Cottonwood
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European Acacia Vessel Blank
W141459
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$124.99
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W141459

European Acacia Vessel Blank

ccc. This European Acacia (Robinia pseudoacacia) has beautiful colors that range from golden tans to warm honey brown. It was freshly cut in May of 2021. Enjoy working this durable hardwood.

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Acacia
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Black Cottonwood Vessel Blank
W141420
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$56.24
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W141420

Black Cottonwood Vessel Blank

This Black cottonwood turning blank has good colors and may have interesting patterns. These blanks are freshly cut; twice turning is recommended. Some pieces may have developed a bit of mildew on the outside 1/4" (the wood is trying to spalt). There are a few options for dealing with this. You can purchase the piece as is, with full dimensions, or for no additional cost, we can surface on 4 sides so that it doesn't have any mildew. Doing this will make the piece 1/2 inch smaller in each dimension. EXAMPLE ONLY: Resurfacing a 12 x 8 x 8 blank would yield final dimensions of 7.5 x 7.5 x 11.5. When you place the order, please leave instructions in the comment section of the order and we'll be happy to help!

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Black Cottonwood
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Tan Oak Vessel Blank
W141427
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$54.99
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W141427

Tan Oak Vessel Blank

Tan Oak, Lithocarpus densiflorus, has an interesting history. Back in the 1800's in Oregon, roads were constructed through the forests in order to log Tan Oak. At that time the tree was used primarily for the natural tanin produced in the tan oak trees. Tanin was and is still used for treating furs and hides (which was a booming business with the 1800's fur trade). Douglas fir trees were cut and used as a secondary use species while they were logging the tan oak. Today the tides have changed and Tan Oak is logged only because the Douglas Fir trees are being cut. Tan Oak can have some interesting patterns when it spalts as much of our stock does. Tan Oakt turns well but finishing takes a little bit of work. It's well worth the work because of the great color contrast & patterns in the wood. The blank was freshly cut in May 2021 and contains residual moisture. We recommend twice turning it. It is fully wax sealed. Enjoy the beauty of this special wood.

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Mixed Woods Tan Oak
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European Acacia Vessel Blank
W141478
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$42.49
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W141478

European Acacia Vessel Blank

ccc. This European Acacia (Robinia pseudoacacia) has beautiful colors that range from golden tans to warm honey brown. It was freshly cut in May of 2021. Enjoy working this durable hardwood.

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Acacia
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European Acacia Vessel Blank
W141461
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$108.74
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W141461

European Acacia Vessel Blank

ccc. This European Acacia (Robinia pseudoacacia) has beautiful colors that range from golden tans to warm honey brown. It was freshly cut in May of 2021. Enjoy working this durable hardwood.

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Acacia
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European Acacia Vessel Blank
W141460
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$37.49
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W141460

European Acacia Vessel Blank

ccc. This European Acacia (Robinia pseudoacacia) has beautiful colors that range from golden tans to warm honey brown. It was freshly cut in May of 2021. Enjoy working this durable hardwood.

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Acacia
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Black Cottonwood Vessel Blank
W141421
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$54.99
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W141421

Black Cottonwood Vessel Blank

This Black cottonwood turning blank has good colors and may have interesting patterns. These blanks are freshly cut; twice turning is recommended. Some pieces may have developed a bit of mildew on the outside 1/4" (the wood is trying to spalt). There are a few options for dealing with this. You can purchase the piece as is, with full dimensions, or for no additional cost, we can surface on 4 sides so that it doesn't have any mildew. Doing this will make the piece 1/2 inch smaller in each dimension. EXAMPLE ONLY: Resurfacing a 12 x 8 x 8 blank would yield final dimensions of 7.5 x 7.5 x 11.5. When you place the order, please leave instructions in the comment section of the order and we'll be happy to help!

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Black Cottonwood
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Tan Oak Vessel Blank
W141404
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$69.99
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W141404

Tan Oak Vessel Blank

Tan Oak, Lithocarpus densiflorus, has an interesting history. Back in the 1800's in Oregon, roads were constructed through the forests in order to log Tan Oak. At that time the tree was used primarily for the natural tanin produced in the tan oak trees. Tanin was and is still used for treating furs and hides (which was a booming business with the 1800's fur trade). Douglas fir trees were cut and used as a secondary use species while they were logging the tan oak. Today the tides have changed and Tan Oak is logged only because the Douglas Fir trees are being cut. Tan Oak can have some interesting patterns when it spalts as much of our stock does. Tan Oakt turns well but finishing takes a little bit of work. It's well worth the work because of the great color contrast & patterns in the wood. The blank was freshly cut in May 2021 and contains residual moisture. We recommend twice turning it. It is fully wax sealed. Enjoy the beauty of this special wood.

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Mixed Woods Tan Oak
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Black Cottonwood Vessel Blank
W141379
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$34.99
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W141379

Black Cottonwood Vessel Blank

This Black cottonwood turning blank has good colors and may have interesting patterns. These blanks are freshly cut; twice turning is recommended. Some pieces may have developed a bit of mildew on the outside 1/4" (the wood is trying to spalt). There are a few options for dealing with this. You can purchase the piece as is, with full dimensions, or for no additional cost, we can surface on 4 sides so that it doesn't have any mildew. Doing this will make the piece 1/2 inch smaller in each dimension. EXAMPLE ONLY: Resurfacing a 12 x 8 x 8 blank would yield final dimensions of 7.5 x 7.5 x 11.5. When you place the order, please leave instructions in the comment section of the order and we'll be happy to help!

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Black Cottonwood
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Black Cottonwood Vessel Blank
W141405
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$82.49
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W141405

Black Cottonwood Vessel Blank

This Black cottonwood turning blank has good colors and may have interesting patterns. These blanks are freshly cut; twice turning is recommended. Some pieces may have developed a bit of mildew on the outside 1/4" (the wood is trying to spalt). There are a few options for dealing with this. You can purchase the piece as is, with full dimensions, or for no additional cost, we can surface on 4 sides so that it doesn't have any mildew. Doing this will make the piece 1/2 inch smaller in each dimension. EXAMPLE ONLY: Resurfacing a 12 x 8 x 8 blank would yield final dimensions of 7.5 x 7.5 x 11.5. When you place the order, please leave instructions in the comment section of the order and we'll be happy to help!

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Black Cottonwood
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Tan Oak Vessel Blank
W141382
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$33.74
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W141382

Tan Oak Vessel Blank

Tan Oak, Lithocarpus densiflorus, has an interesting history. Back in the 1800's in Oregon, roads were constructed through the forests in order to log Tan Oak. At that time the tree was used primarily for the natural tanin produced in the tan oak trees. Tanin was and is still used for treating furs and hides (which was a booming business with the 1800's fur trade). Douglas fir trees were cut and used as a secondary use species while they were logging the tan oak. Today the tides have changed and Tan Oak is logged only because the Douglas Fir trees are being cut. Tan Oak can have some interesting patterns when it spalts as much of our stock does. Tan Oakt turns well but finishing takes a little bit of work. It's well worth the work because of the great color contrast & patterns in the wood. The blank was freshly cut in May 2021 and contains residual moisture. We recommend twice turning it. It is fully wax sealed. Enjoy the beauty of this special wood.

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Mixed Woods Tan Oak
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Tan Oak Vessel Blank
W141395
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$49.99
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W141395

Tan Oak Vessel Blank

Tan Oak, Lithocarpus densiflorus, has an interesting history. Back in the 1800's in Oregon, roads were constructed through the forests in order to log Tan Oak. At that time the tree was used primarily for the natural tanin produced in the tan oak trees. Tanin was and is still used for treating furs and hides (which was a booming business with the 1800's fur trade). Douglas fir trees were cut and used as a secondary use species while they were logging the tan oak. Today the tides have changed and Tan Oak is logged only because the Douglas Fir trees are being cut. Tan Oak can have some interesting patterns when it spalts as much of our stock does. Tan Oakt turns well but finishing takes a little bit of work. It's well worth the work because of the great color contrast & patterns in the wood. The blank was freshly cut in May 2021 and contains residual moisture. We recommend twice turning it. It is fully wax sealed. Enjoy the beauty of this special wood.

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Mixed Woods Tan Oak
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Tan Oak Vessel Blank
W141402
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$54.99
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W141402

Tan Oak Vessel Blank

Tan Oak, Lithocarpus densiflorus, has an interesting history. Back in the 1800's in Oregon, roads were constructed through the forests in order to log Tan Oak. At that time the tree was used primarily for the natural tanin produced in the tan oak trees. Tanin was and is still used for treating furs and hides (which was a booming business with the 1800's fur trade). Douglas fir trees were cut and used as a secondary use species while they were logging the tan oak. Today the tides have changed and Tan Oak is logged only because the Douglas Fir trees are being cut. Tan Oak can have some interesting patterns when it spalts as much of our stock does. Tan Oakt turns well but finishing takes a little bit of work. It's well worth the work because of the great color contrast & patterns in the wood. The blank was freshly cut in May 2021 and contains residual moisture. We recommend twice turning it. It is fully wax sealed. Enjoy the beauty of this special wood.

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Mixed Woods Tan Oak
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Black Cottonwood Vessel Blank
W141348
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$71.24
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W141348

Black Cottonwood Vessel Blank

This Black cottonwood turning blank has good colors and may have interesting patterns. These blanks are freshly cut; twice turning is recommended. Some pieces may have developed a bit of mildew on the outside 1/4" (the wood is trying to spalt). There are a few options for dealing with this. You can purchase the piece as is, with full dimensions, or for no additional cost, we can surface on 4 sides so that it doesn't have any mildew. Doing this will make the piece 1/2 inch smaller in each dimension. EXAMPLE ONLY: Resurfacing a 12 x 8 x 8 blank would yield final dimensions of 7.5 x 7.5 x 11.5. When you place the order, please leave instructions in the comment section of the order and we'll be happy to help!

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Black Cottonwood
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Black Cottonwood Vessel Blank
W141375
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$46.24
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W141375

Black Cottonwood Vessel Blank

This Black cottonwood turning blank has good colors and may have interesting patterns. These blanks are freshly cut; twice turning is recommended. Some pieces may have developed a bit of mildew on the outside 1/4" (the wood is trying to spalt). There are a few options for dealing with this. You can purchase the piece as is, with full dimensions, or for no additional cost, we can surface on 4 sides so that it doesn't have any mildew. Doing this will make the piece 1/2 inch smaller in each dimension. EXAMPLE ONLY: Resurfacing a 12 x 8 x 8 blank would yield final dimensions of 7.5 x 7.5 x 11.5. When you place the order, please leave instructions in the comment section of the order and we'll be happy to help!

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Black Cottonwood
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Tan Oak Vessel Blank
W141396
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$69.99
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W141396

Tan Oak Vessel Blank

Tan Oak, Lithocarpus densiflorus, has an interesting history. Back in the 1800's in Oregon, roads were constructed through the forests in order to log Tan Oak. At that time the tree was used primarily for the natural tanin produced in the tan oak trees. Tanin was and is still used for treating furs and hides (which was a booming business with the 1800's fur trade). Douglas fir trees were cut and used as a secondary use species while they were logging the tan oak. Today the tides have changed and Tan Oak is logged only because the Douglas Fir trees are being cut. Tan Oak can have some interesting patterns when it spalts as much of our stock does. Tan Oakt turns well but finishing takes a little bit of work. It's well worth the work because of the great color contrast & patterns in the wood. The blank was freshly cut in May 2021 and contains residual moisture. We recommend twice turning it. It is fully wax sealed. Enjoy the beauty of this special wood.

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Mixed Woods Tan Oak
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Tan Oak Vessel Blank
W141394
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$68.74
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W141394

Tan Oak Vessel Blank

Tan Oak, Lithocarpus densiflorus, has an interesting history. Back in the 1800's in Oregon, roads were constructed through the forests in order to log Tan Oak. At that time the tree was used primarily for the natural tanin produced in the tan oak trees. Tanin was and is still used for treating furs and hides (which was a booming business with the 1800's fur trade). Douglas fir trees were cut and used as a secondary use species while they were logging the tan oak. Today the tides have changed and Tan Oak is logged only because the Douglas Fir trees are being cut. Tan Oak can have some interesting patterns when it spalts as much of our stock does. Tan Oakt turns well but finishing takes a little bit of work. It's well worth the work because of the great color contrast & patterns in the wood. The blank was freshly cut in May 2021 and contains residual moisture. We recommend twice turning it. It is fully wax sealed. Enjoy the beauty of this special wood.

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Mixed Woods Tan Oak
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Tan Oak Vessel Blank
W141393
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$62.49
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W141393

Tan Oak Vessel Blank

Tan Oak, Lithocarpus densiflorus, has an interesting history. Back in the 1800's in Oregon, roads were constructed through the forests in order to log Tan Oak. At that time the tree was used primarily for the natural tanin produced in the tan oak trees. Tanin was and is still used for treating furs and hides (which was a booming business with the 1800's fur trade). Douglas fir trees were cut and used as a secondary use species while they were logging the tan oak. Today the tides have changed and Tan Oak is logged only because the Douglas Fir trees are being cut. Tan Oak can have some interesting patterns when it spalts as much of our stock does. Tan Oakt turns well but finishing takes a little bit of work. It's well worth the work because of the great color contrast & patterns in the wood. The blank was freshly cut in May 2021 and contains residual moisture. We recommend twice turning it. It is fully wax sealed. Enjoy the beauty of this special wood.

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Mixed Woods Tan Oak
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Tan Oak Vessel Blank
W141391
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$33.74
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W141391

Tan Oak Vessel Blank

Tan Oak, Lithocarpus densiflorus, has an interesting history. Back in the 1800's in Oregon, roads were constructed through the forests in order to log Tan Oak. At that time the tree was used primarily for the natural tanin produced in the tan oak trees. Tanin was and is still used for treating furs and hides (which was a booming business with the 1800's fur trade). Douglas fir trees were cut and used as a secondary use species while they were logging the tan oak. Today the tides have changed and Tan Oak is logged only because the Douglas Fir trees are being cut. Tan Oak can have some interesting patterns when it spalts as much of our stock does. Tan Oakt turns well but finishing takes a little bit of work. It's well worth the work because of the great color contrast & patterns in the wood. The blank was freshly cut in May 2021 and contains residual moisture. We recommend twice turning it. It is fully wax sealed. Enjoy the beauty of this special wood.

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Mixed Woods Tan Oak
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Black Cottonwood Vessel Blank
W141324
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$67.49
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W141324

Black Cottonwood Vessel Blank

This Black cottonwood turning blank has good colors and may have interesting patterns. These blanks are freshly cut; twice turning is recommended. Some pieces may have developed a bit of mildew on the outside 1/4" (the wood is trying to spalt). There are a few options for dealing with this. You can purchase the piece as is, with full dimensions, or for no additional cost, we can surface on 4 sides so that it doesn't have any mildew. Doing this will make the piece 1/2 inch smaller in each dimension. EXAMPLE ONLY: Resurfacing a 12 x 8 x 8 blank would yield final dimensions of 7.5 x 7.5 x 11.5. When you place the order, please leave instructions in the comment section of the order and we'll be happy to help!

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Black Cottonwood
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Tan Oak Vessel Blank
W141389
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$33.74
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W141389

Tan Oak Vessel Blank

Tan Oak, Lithocarpus densiflorus, has an interesting history. Back in the 1800's in Oregon, roads were constructed through the forests in order to log Tan Oak. At that time the tree was used primarily for the natural tanin produced in the tan oak trees. Tanin was and is still used for treating furs and hides (which was a booming business with the 1800's fur trade). Douglas fir trees were cut and used as a secondary use species while they were logging the tan oak. Today the tides have changed and Tan Oak is logged only because the Douglas Fir trees are being cut. Tan Oak can have some interesting patterns when it spalts as much of our stock does. Tan Oakt turns well but finishing takes a little bit of work. It's well worth the work because of the great color contrast & patterns in the wood. The blank was freshly cut in May 2021 and contains residual moisture. We recommend twice turning it. It is fully wax sealed. Enjoy the beauty of this special wood.

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Mixed Woods Tan Oak
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Tan Oak Vessel Blank
W141376
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$58.74
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W141376

Tan Oak Vessel Blank

Tan Oak, Lithocarpus densiflorus, has an interesting history. Back in the 1800's in Oregon, roads were constructed through the forests in order to log Tan Oak. At that time the tree was used primarily for the natural tanin produced in the tan oak trees. Tanin was and is still used for treating furs and hides (which was a booming business with the 1800's fur trade). Douglas fir trees were cut and used as a secondary use species while they were logging the tan oak. Today the tides have changed and Tan Oak is logged only because the Douglas Fir trees are being cut. Tan Oak can have some interesting patterns when it spalts as much of our stock does. Tan Oakt turns well but finishing takes a little bit of work. It's well worth the work because of the great color contrast & patterns in the wood. The blank was freshly cut in May 2021 and contains residual moisture. We recommend twice turning it. It is fully wax sealed. Enjoy the beauty of this special wood.

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Mixed Woods Tan Oak
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Black Cottonwood Vessel Blank
W141364
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$72.49
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W141364

Black Cottonwood Vessel Blank

This Black cottonwood turning blank has good colors and may have interesting patterns. These blanks are freshly cut; twice turning is recommended. Some pieces may have developed a bit of mildew on the outside 1/4" (the wood is trying to spalt). There are a few options for dealing with this. You can purchase the piece as is, with full dimensions, or for no additional cost, we can surface on 4 sides so that it doesn't have any mildew. Doing this will make the piece 1/2 inch smaller in each dimension. EXAMPLE ONLY: Resurfacing a 12 x 8 x 8 blank would yield final dimensions of 7.5 x 7.5 x 11.5. When you place the order, please leave instructions in the comment section of the order and we'll be happy to help!

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Black Cottonwood
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Black Cottonwood Vessel Blank
W141347
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$42.49
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W141347

Black Cottonwood Vessel Blank

This Black cottonwood turning blank has good colors and may have interesting patterns. These blanks are freshly cut; twice turning is recommended. Some pieces may have developed a bit of mildew on the outside 1/4" (the wood is trying to spalt). There are a few options for dealing with this. You can purchase the piece as is, with full dimensions, or for no additional cost, we can surface on 4 sides so that it doesn't have any mildew. Doing this will make the piece 1/2 inch smaller in each dimension. EXAMPLE ONLY: Resurfacing a 12 x 8 x 8 blank would yield final dimensions of 7.5 x 7.5 x 11.5. When you place the order, please leave instructions in the comment section of the order and we'll be happy to help!

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Black Cottonwood
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Black Cottonwood Vessel Blank
W141344
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$68.74
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W141344

Black Cottonwood Vessel Blank

This Black cottonwood turning blank has good colors and may have interesting patterns. These blanks are freshly cut; twice turning is recommended. Some pieces may have developed a bit of mildew on the outside 1/4" (the wood is trying to spalt). There are a few options for dealing with this. You can purchase the piece as is, with full dimensions, or for no additional cost, we can surface on 4 sides so that it doesn't have any mildew. Doing this will make the piece 1/2 inch smaller in each dimension. EXAMPLE ONLY: Resurfacing a 12 x 8 x 8 blank would yield final dimensions of 7.5 x 7.5 x 11.5. When you place the order, please leave instructions in the comment section of the order and we'll be happy to help!

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Black Cottonwood
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Black Cottonwood Vessel Blank
W141329
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$112.49
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W141329

Black Cottonwood Vessel Blank

This Black cottonwood turning blank has good colors and may have interesting patterns. These blanks are freshly cut; twice turning is recommended. Some pieces may have developed a bit of mildew on the outside 1/4" (the wood is trying to spalt). There are a few options for dealing with this. You can purchase the piece as is, with full dimensions, or for no additional cost, we can surface on 4 sides so that it doesn't have any mildew. Doing this will make the piece 1/2 inch smaller in each dimension. EXAMPLE ONLY: Resurfacing a 12 x 8 x 8 blank would yield final dimensions of 7.5 x 7.5 x 11.5. When you place the order, please leave instructions in the comment section of the order and we'll be happy to help!

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Black Cottonwood
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