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Log / Flitch SKU #:
A7469- A7483
Species / Wood Type:
Cherry
Total Weight of Flitch:
4250
Thickness Range:
5/4, 6/4, 8/4, 10/4
Average Width:
40
Average Length:
112
Total Board Feet Flitch:
1000
Average Board Foot Price:
Call For Price
Total Price for Flitch:
Call For Price
Buying Terms:
Minimal Purchase 1 Board
Kiln Dried:
No
Available on E-Store:
No
Average Figure Level:
Heavy Figure
Avg. Log Run / Flitch Quality:
Best Quality/ Collector Grade
Wood Picture
Description:
This is a spectacular cherry flitch. It looked a little rough from the outside but once we began cutting we were amazed! It has a tremendous amount of curl and crotch figure in just about the whole flitch. In addition this log is huge-- its widest boards are 53 inches at the crotch and 40 inches at the base. These pieces are the perfect size for a natural edged dinning table. It does show the occasional knot with some bark and gum pockets but nothing drastic. All in all a perfect cherry log.
 

Note: All pictures of boards that appear wet, have been wiped with denature alcohol to help show natural color. We use denature alcohol because it evaporates and does not effect the moisture content of the wood.

Note: All boards availability and prices can change without notice. Measurements & Notes are only approximates! All boards below are from the same log. Please be patient with e-mail inquires. Glossary Below: Width (B) = Bottom Width; Width (M) = Middle Width; Width (T) = Top Width

Coming Soon! Board details will be posted when dry.

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