Mappa Burl Flitch B1219-B1232. Mappa Burl is a new wood species for us. It has a beautiful golden color with consistent burl figure throughout. Most boards have at least one great burled bumpy natural edge.
Enjoy making gifts or items to sell as gifts? The Holidays are only a little more than 4 months away! Our wood turning section is packed full of wild burls and we received another bin of banksia nuts! (Pictured Left: Goldfield Burls; Pictured Right: Banksia Nuts)
Black Walnut B1657-B1666: Long, straight boards; Good shape; Lovely natural edge; Shows good color and grain with some figure (a few boards also have a small crotch on the end). Solid flitch that would work great for any project! ~ Hearne Hardwoods Inc.
English Oak A5721-A5736: This log was harvested from the Duke of North Umberland's Estate. The tree is over 300 years old and measures about 7 feet wide at the widest point. The tree was dying from a fungus only found in England that actually kills the tree and in the process changes the wood's color into a beautiful chocolate brown. This tree was also covered in burls. The outside boards show the thickest burl pattern giving it a marble like appearance! ~ Hearne Hardwoods Inc.
Koa's (Acacia Koa) very pretty, much more affordable "cousin"-- Tasmanian Blackwood (Acacia melanoxylon) Flitch B1893-B1897: Beautifully figured blackwood log with gorgeous color and grain ~ Hearne Hardwoods Inc.