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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.

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.

Awesome Claro Walnut log! Almost every board shows EXTREME heavy figure from top to bottom as well as amazing color and grain!

Awesome Claro Walnut log! Almost every board shows EXTREME heavy figure from top to bottom as well as amazing color and grain!

Jarrah Flitch C2051-C2060:  heavy figure, beautiful red color ~ Hearne Hardwoods Inc.

Jarrah Flitch C2051-C2060: heavy figure, beautiful red color ~ Hearne Hardwoods Inc.

blackhearted sassafras - a gorgeous multi tonal wood!

blackhearted sassafras - a gorgeous multi tonal wood!

Figured Bosse ~ Hearne Hardwoods Inc.

Figured Bosse ~ Hearne Hardwoods Inc.

A beautiful Bosse log from West Africa. The heart wood is a gorgeous gold to sienna in color, while the sap is a stunning white. Heavy pomelle/quilt figure weaves through most of the log. ~ Hearne Hardwoods Inc.

A beautiful Bosse log from West Africa. The heart wood is a gorgeous gold to sienna in color, while the sap is a stunning white. Heavy pomelle/quilt figure weaves through most of the log. ~ Hearne Hardwoods Inc.

Two Tasmanian Blackwood Flitches (Acacia melanoxylon). Tasmanian Blackwood, in case you don't know, is in the same family with it's much sought after "cousin"- Koa (Acacia koa); Blackwood, however, is much more accessible, therefore you get very similar color and grain patterns without as hefty of a price tag. We often get calls from people looking for "Acacia"- Acacia is a family name not a specific wood (no matter what the flooring and design magazines tell you ;) ).

Two Tasmanian Blackwood Flitches (Acacia melanoxylon). Tasmanian Blackwood, in case you don't know, is in the same family with it's much sought after "cousin"- Koa (Acacia koa); Blackwood, however, is much more accessible, therefore you get very similar color and grain patterns without as hefty of a price tag. We often get calls from people looking for "Acacia"- Acacia is a family name not a specific wood (no matter what the flooring and design magazines tell you ;) ).

Fresh load of dimensional Cocobolo arrived on Friday ~ 4/4 - 16/4 boards and billets. Gorgeous color!  Hearne Hardwoods Inc.

Fresh load of dimensional Cocobolo arrived on Friday ~ 4/4 - 16/4 boards and billets. Gorgeous color! Hearne Hardwoods Inc.

Examples of plain vs figured in cherry and walnut

Examples of plain vs figured in cherry and walnut

An awesome Black Walnut log: Most slabs show a fantastic feather crotch stretching over 5 feet in length, along with gorgeous color and grain ~ Hearne Hardwoods Inc

An awesome Black Walnut log: Most slabs show a fantastic feather crotch stretching over 5 feet in length, along with gorgeous color and grain ~ Hearne Hardwoods Inc

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