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Black walnut counter top

a recent live edge black walnut counter top install, contrasts very nicely against the wormy maple cupboards

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5′ wide single slab black walnut table

Table details – Length 8′, 3″. Width Narrow end 4′ and wide end 5′.

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new install, reclaimed Douglas Fir ice booms

new install, reclaimed Douglas Fir ice boom accent wall installed by Deadstock & Reclaimed, 60 year old submerged reclaimed material 

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customers all over Ontario love our wood!

…. here are some photos of the black walnut live edge pieces (coffee table, shelves and counter top) that are now in Thunder Bay.   … another happy customer!

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black walnut wine bottle rack

this was a fun project, 50 bottle wine bottle holder display rack, customer installed it behind glass with a painted black background

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black walnut butchers

with some fine work from the guys in the shop, vey nice colour and grain in a 2×2 and 1×4 block, butcher block, nice contrast with the sapwood and heartwood

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big leaf maple burl

some really cool 1″ burl slabs from a big leaf maple burl

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50″ and 60″ wide single slab walnut available

Black walnut slab – 3 inches thick, 50 inches wide (at narrowest point) and 9’+ long and ready for the kiln. Grain detail of black walnut slab – 3 inches thick, 50 inches wide (at narrowest point) and 9’+ long. … Continue reading

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Outdoor Live Edge silver maple picnic table

Silver maple, live edge table with 2 coats of marine epoxy.  Custom order for an outdoor picnic table with metal legs. Close up of wood grain.  Silver maple, live edge picnic table        

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Cocobolo milling

its not every day you get the opportunity to mill something different, let alone not native to Ontario, but all the way from Nicaragua thanks to Wikipedia for the following information about cocobolo Cocobolo is a tropical hardwood of Central … Continue reading

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