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Walnut

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Walnut

  • Black walnut is native to the eastern United States.
  • The trees can grow to be 120 feet (37 metres) high and is often used to make furniture.
  • Black walnut is very durable and resistant to decay.
  • Sapwood of black walnut is nearly white. The heartwood is light brown to dark, chocolate brown, and sometimes has a purplish cast and darker streaks.

-- from Righteous Woods
(modified 2014/09/06)

Whalebone

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Whalebone

(modified 2014/09/06)

Wormy Cherry Burl

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Wormy Cherry Burl

  • European Cherry, or Prunus avium, is a hardwood.
  • It is also known as cherry, wild cherry, gean, mazzard, merisier, and kers.
  • Cherry grows throughout Europe and southeast Asia.
  • Cherry is prized for cabinets, furniture, carving, and turnery.
  • It is also used for paneling, decorative veneer, architectural woodwork, caskets, woodenware, novelties, musical instruments, gun stocks, handles, and toys.

-- from Woodbin
(modified 2014/09/06)


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