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    This is a better photo of some of the walnut blocks I added to the web store.
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    What kind of wood is this? Maple?


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    I don't know what it is, but the one on the bottom right looks wicked cool.

    EDIT: If you click the picture, it brings you to the Burl Source site. It's walnut.
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    Here is a little more walnut. They are darker in real life.

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    Redwood

    Curly or Flamed Redwood.


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    Maple, Oak, Macadamia and Locust Burl

    Here are some more I just finished getting posted in the store.


    Now, back to work. Only 7 or 8 more boxes of blocks left to get cleaned up.
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    Neat stuff!
    Are those lines that run the length of the flamed redwood part of the grain? They look like they must be since they're kind of wavy (i.e. not ground in).

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    Quote Originally Posted by peterm View Post
    Neat stuff!
    Are those lines that run the length of the flamed redwood part of the grain? They look like they must be since they're kind of wavy (i.e. not ground in).
    The grain does weird stuff on the curly redwood. It is caused by the stress of holding up a tree a couple hundred feet tall.
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    Spalted Oak Bunion and Spalted Maple Burl

    These are some strange pieces.
    Most are spalted oak and a few pieces of maple.
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    Maple, English Sycamore, Macadamia, Curly Teak, Cherry Burl & Fiddleback Mahogany

    Just finished adding these.
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