"Foreign" Woods For Sale

Ok, ok, so these mostly aren't "foreign" woods... at least no more so than the other wood that we sell. But these turning blocks, or the trees from which we harvested them, are not native to Texas. This list includes trees such as Lacebark Elm (Chinese Elm), Crepe Myrtle, Arizona Ash and the like that are commonly imported to this area for landscape use. These also include some wood that has been harvested from Louisiana following the Hurricanes of 2005. Such trees are only occasionally available to us so this listing may be short. In addition, I do have a limited amount of truly "foreign" woods such as African Mahogany which is available in turning blocks.

Note : As elsewhere, the dimensions given below are Length x Width x Depth of the blank. Theoretically these numbers indicate the dimensions of the largest bowl, box/goblet or spindle that might be turned from that piece if no flaws are encountered. The approximate weight (in pounds) as well as obvious physical features (checks, etc) are also indicated. Note also that most of these are rough cut. I do not have the time or equipment to routinely surface the cut sides - although sometimes I think that the grain is interesting enough that I will take it to the jointer before I take the photo.

You can see examples of various bowls and vessels turned from these "foreign" woods on my companion website, www.prairiesend.com.



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Black Walnut bowl blanks
8" x 8" x 2"
~3lbs.

I have a number of 2-inch thick Black Walnut blocks cut to 8-inch squares. These are primarily heartwood with Walnut's rich, dark chocolate brown color. In some pieces, such as the example pictured on the left, traces of light brown sapwood are present on one or more edges. These blanks are free of cracks or other structural flaws and will make very nice shallow bowls.




Presently out of stock


8 x 8 x 2-inch Black Walnut bowl blank $14.00





NEW LISTINGS - 02/18/09





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Lacebark Elm Lot 18
6" x 6" x 3"
4 lbs.

This is a very nice block of Lacebark Elm (aka - Chinese Elm) with a strong, gracefully flowing grain pattern. I see no cracks or other flaws.




Sold


Lacebark Elm Lot 18 $18.00


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Lacebark Elm Lot 19
6" x 6" x 3"
4 lbs.

This is another very nice block of Lacebark Elm with a strong, graceful and linear grain pattern. I see no cracks or other flaws.




Sold


Lacebark Elm Lot 19 $18.00


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Lacebark Elm Lot 20
6" x 6" x 3"
4 lbs.

This is another very nice block of Lacebark Elm with a strong and beautiful, gracefully undulating grain pattern. There is a fairly large bark-lined depression on one corner (upper left corner, both photos), but this feature appears to be outside the 6" maximum diameter of the largest bowl that might be turned from this piece.

I see no cracks or other flaws.




Sold


Lacebark Elm Lot 20 $20.00


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Lacebark Elm Lot 21
6" x 6" x 3"
4 lbs.

This is another very nice block of Lacebark Elm with a strong, graceful and linear grain pattern. There is a large, channel-like bark-lined depression along one side (lower photo). Careful orientation of the blank would yield a full 6" bowl despite this barky side.

The block was cut from very close to the pith and the remaining portion forms a darker brown band across the face (upper photo). A number of interesting small knots seem to radiate out from this pith area - apparently juvenile branches that grew when the tree was young.

Several very thin cracks also radiate out from this pith and extend to a maximum (visible) depth of 1". These tiny cracks are quite tight and I would not hesitiate to mount and turn this piece, using CA glue to reinforce any possible weakness. I see no other cracks or significant flaws.



SOLD
Lacebark Elm Lot 21 $15.00


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Lacebark Elm Lot 22
6" x 6" x 3"
4 lbs.

This is another very nice block of Lacebark Elm with a strong, graceful and linear grain pattern. There are no cracks or significant flaws.




Sold


Lacebark Elm Lot 22 $18.00


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Lacebark Elm Lot 23
6" x 6" x 3"
4 lbs.

This is another very nice block of Lacebark Elm with a strong, graceful and linear grain pattern. The block was cut from very close to the pith, leaving a darker brown band across the face (upper photo). One very thin, pith-related crack is present within the central portion of this band but is not evident at either cut end. I do not believe that it extends into the block to any significant depth and I would not hesitate to mount and turn it. I see no other cracks or significant flaws.




Sold


Lacebark Elm Lot 23 $18.00


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Lacebark Elm Lot 24
6" x 6" x 3"
4 lbs.

This is another very nice block of Lacebark Elm with a strong, graceful and linear grain pattern. There is a large, channel-like bark-lined depression along one side (both photos). Careful orientation of the blank would yield a full 6" bowl despite this barky side.

The block was cut from very close to the pith and the remaining portion forms a darker brown band across the face (upper photo). A number of interesting small knots radiate out from this pith area - apparently juvenile branches that grew when the tree was young.

Several small and thin, but open, pith-cracks are present within this darker band and do extend into the block at one end (left end, upper photo). The larger crack extends ~1-3/4" to the side of the block, while the others radiate to a maximum (visible) depth of ~1/2. These tiny cracks are quite tight and I would not hesitiate to mount and turn this piece, using CA glue to reinforce any possible weakness. I see no other cracks or significant flaws.



Sold
Lacebark Elm Lot 24 $15.00


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Lacebark Elm Lot 25
6" x 6" x 3"
4 lbs.

This is another very nice block of Lacebark Elm with a strong, graceful and linear grain pattern. The block was also cut from very close to the pith and the remaining portion forms a darker brown band across the face (upper photo). Again, several interesting small knots radiate out from this pith area - apparently juvenile branches that grew when the tree was young.

Several small, short and thin, but slightly open, pith-cracks are also present within this darker band and do extend into the block at one end (left end, upper photo). They radiate to a maximum (visible) depth of ~1/2. These tiny cracks are quite tight and, again, I would not hesitiate to mount and turn this piece, using CA glue to reinforce any possible weakness. I see no other cracks or significant flaws.



Sold
Lacebark Elm Lot 25 $16.00


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Lacebark Elm Lot 26
6" x 6" x 3"
4 lbs.

This is another very nice block of Lacebark Elm with a strong, graceful and linear grain pattern. An interesting compound knot is present on one edge and interrupts the linear grain in a very nice smoothly flowing pattern.

There are no cracks or significant flaws.




Sold


Lacebark Elm Lot 26 $18.00


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Lacebark Elm Lot 27
6" x 6" x 3"
4 lbs.

This is a very attractive block of Lacebark Elm with a strong, gracefully undulating grain pattern. It was cut from a crotch and the pith of one limb is included. This pith is sound with no sign of pith-related cracks. There is a strong sense of chatoyance in the grain of the face (top photo).

I see no significant flaws.




Sold


Lacebark Elm Lot 27 $20.00


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Lacebark Elm Lot 28
6" x 6" x 3"
4 lbs.

This is another very attractive block of Lacebark Elm with a complex but gracefully undulating grain pattern. The block is not square, but is an irregular overall shape with bark on one rounded end. However, this shape will still permit turning of a bowl, hollow form or other shape with a full 6" diameter.

The blank was cut from a compound crotch at the outer portion of the log and the pith of two small limbs are included (top photo). The symmetry of the complex grain pattern is centered on these pith elements. The larger of the two piths does contain several small radiating cracks. I would reinforce those cracks with CA glue during turning.

I see no significant flaws.




Sold


Lacebark Elm Lot 28 $20.00


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Lacebark Elm Lot 29
6" x 6" x 3"
4 lbs.

This is another very nice block of Lacebark Elm with a strong, graceful and linear grain pattern. I see no major cracks or other flaws, but there are several very fine and tight drying checks at one end-grain side (faintly visible in the bottom photo,lower-right corner). I would reinforce with thin CA glue and "turn away"




Sold


Lacebark Elm Lot 29 $18.00


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Lacebark Elm Lot 30
6" x 6" x 3"
4 lbs.

This is another attractive block of Lacebark Elm with a strong, gracefully undulating grain pattern. It was also cut from a crotch and the pith of one limb is included. This pith is sound with no sign of pith-related cracks. There is a strong sense of chatoyance in the grain of the face (top photo).

I see no significant flaws.




Sold


Lacebark Elm Lot 30 $20.00


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Lacebark Elm Lot 31
3" x 3" x 9-3/4"
3 lbs.

This is another very nice end-grain block of Lacebark Elm with a strong, linear grain pattern. It is composed of 100% Elm heartwood.

I see no cracks or significant flaws.



SOLD
Lacebark Elm Lot 31 $16.00


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Lacebark Elm Lot 33
3" x 3" x 10-1/2"
3-1/4 lbs.

This is a very nice end-grain block of Lacebark Elm with a strong, linear grain pattern. It is composed of roughly 50/50 heartwood and sapwood.

I see no cracks or significant flaws.




Sold


Lacebark Elm Lot 33 $16.00


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Lacebark Elm Lot 34
3" x 3" x 10-1/2"
3-1/2 lbs.

This is another very nice end-grain block of Lacebark Elm with a strong, linear grain pattern. It is almost entirely Elm heartwood.

Again - I see no cracks or significant flaws.



Sold
Lacebark Elm Lot 34 $16.00


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Lacebark Elm Lot 35
3" x 3" x 10-1/2"
3-1/2 lbs.

This is a very nice end-grain block of Lacebark Elm (aka - Chinese Elm) with a strong, gracefully flowing grain pattern. I see no cracks or other flaws.



Sold
Lacebark Elm Lot 35 $18.00


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Lacebark Elm Lot 37
3" x 3" x 10-1/2"
3-1/2 lbs.

This is a facinating end-grain block of Lacebark Elm. It was cut from the immediate area of a large crotch and the grain pattern is complex. The pith of one of the crotch limbs crosses one back edge (bottom photo) and will turn off as this spindle block is roughed to round. A crotch-related compression feature, a "feather" or "flame" figure, appears to be present on one side and is accompanied by some degree of chatoyance (left side, bottom photo).

I see no cracks or other flaws.



Sold
Lacebark Elm Lot 37 $20.00


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Lacebark Elm Lot 38
3" x 3" x 11"
3-1/2 lbs.

This is another very nice end-grain block of Lacebark Elm with a strong, linear grain pattern. It is composed of roughly 50/50 heartwood and sapwood. A small area of elm bark is present on one back edge. This bark will turn off as the blank is roughed to round.

Two prominent open cracks are present within the bark, but are quite shallow - they are confined to the bark layer and do not extend into the underlying sapwood. I see no other cracks or significant flaws.



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Lacebark Elm Lot 38 $18.00


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Lacebark Elm Lot 41
3" x 3" x 10-1/2"
3-1/2 lbs.

This is another very nice end-grain block of Lacebark Elm with a strong, linear grain pattern. It is approximately 60% heartwood and 40% sapwood.

Again, I see no cracks or other significant flaws.



Sold
Lacebark Elm Lot 41 $16.00


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Lacebark Elm Lot 42
3" x 3" x 12-1/4"
4 lbs.

This is a very nice end-grain block of Lacebark Elm with a strong, basically linear grain pattern. It is 100% Lacebark Elm heartwood with no sapwood. It also contains a nice "burly area on the back and sides where the grain flows gracefully around a series of small, tight knots. That pattern is likely to be very attractive in the final turned piece.

Again, I see no cracks or other significant flaws.



Sold
Lacebark Elm Lot 42 $18.00


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Lacebark Elm Lot 43
3" x 3" x 12"
3-3/4 lbs.

This is another nice end-grain block of Lacebark Elm with a somewhat swirling (burly) grain pattern centered on a number of small knots - the remails of juvenile twigs and branches. It is approximately 50/50 Lacebark Elm heartwood and sapwood. There are two small strips on bark on one back edge (lower face, bottom photo). That "burly" character is likely to be very attractive in the final turned piece.

Again, I see no cracks or other significant flaws.



SOLD
Lacebark Elm Lot 43 $18.00


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Lacebark Elm Lot 46
3" x 3" x 21-1/2"
6-1/2 lbs.

This is another very nice (and very long) end-grain block of Lacebark Elm with a strong, linear grain pattern. It is roughly 60% heartwood and 40% sapwood.

Two small elongated knots, the remains of tiny juvenile twigs, are present on one side (bottom face, lower photo). I see no cracks or other significant flaws.




Sold


Lacebark Elm Lot 46 $27.00


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Lacebark Elm Lot 50
2-1/2" x 2-1/2" x 12"
2-1/2 lbs.

This is a very interesting end-grain block of Lacebark Elm. It is composed primarily of Elm heartwood but includes a thin section of sapwood on the back side.

The "interesting" part is the nature of the heartwood/sapwood boundry. It is basically a sharp boundry as in most of these Elm blanks, but includes two diffuse area of darker heartwood "color" that seem to intrude into the sapwood and resuly in a series of darker stripes in the sapwood, parallel to the long axis of the block. Depending on the planned shape of the turning - those stripes could be eye-catching and attractive.

I see no cracks or other flaws.




Sold


Lacebark Elm Lot 50 $10.00


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Lacebark Elm Lot 52
2" x 2" x 11-3/4"
3-1/2 lbs.

This is a nice small end-grain block of Lacebark Elm with a strong, linear grain pattern. I see no cracks or other flaws.



Sold
Lacebark Elm Lot 52 $7.00


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Lacebark Elm Lot 55
3" x 3" x 4-1/4"
1-1/2 lbs.

This is a nice small rectangular block of Lacebark Elm with a strong, linear grain pattern. I see no cracks or other flaws.




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Lacebark Elm Lot 55 $6.00


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Lacebark Elm Lot 56
3" x 3" x 4-1/2"
1-1/2 lbs.

This is a nice small rectangular block of Lacebark Elm with a strong linear grain pattern and a much nore highly-figured pattern in the other half. I see no cracks or other flaws.




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Lacebark Elm Lot 56 $7.00


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Lacebark Elm Lot 57
3" x 4" x 4-3/4"
2 lbs.

This is another nice small rectangular block of Lacebark Elm with a strong, linear grain pattern. There are several thin, shallow oith-related cracks on one back edge (bottom photo), but they appear to extend no more than 3/4" into the block.

I see no other cracks or significant flaws.




Sold


Lacebark Elm Lot 57 $7.00





END OF NEW LISTINGS - 02/18/09







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Lacebark Elm Lot 1
9" diameter x 4" depth
12 lbs.

A very nice half-log piece of Lacebark Elm (aka - Chinese Elm). This block has sapwood and bark on the sides and back and would be suitable for a natural-edge bowl.

The log was halved along the pith and a portion is present in this section, and it does have a minor pattern of radial pith cracks which will reguire stabilizing when turning.




Sold


Lacebark Elm Lot 1 $35.00


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Lacebark Elm Lot 5
10" diameter x 4" depth
15 lbs.

This is another very nice half-log piece of Lacebark Elm. It has sapwood and bark on the sides and back and would be suitable for a natural-edge bowl.

The log was halved along the pith and a portion is present at and just below the cut face, and it does have a minor pattern of radial pith cracks which will reguire stabilizing when turning. That black stripe on the cut face is a burn mark from my dull bandsaw blade.




Sold


Lacebark Elm Lot 5 $43.00


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Lacebark Elm Lot 6
10" diameter x 4" depth
16-1/2 lbs.

This is another very nice half-log piece of Lacebark Elm. It has sapwood and bark on the sides and back and would be suitable for a natural-edge bowl.

The log was halved across the pith and a portion is present at and just below the cut face (exposed end, lower photo). It does have a minor pattern of radial pith cracks which will reguire stabilizing when turning. That black stripe on the cut face is a burn mark from my dull bandsaw blade.




Sold


Lacebark Elm Lot 6 $46.00


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Lacebark Elm Lot 7
9" diameter x 4" depth
14 lbs.

This is another very nice half-log piece of Lacebark Elm. It has sapwood and bark on the sides and back and would be suitable for a natural-edge bowl.

The log was halved across the pith and a portion is present at and just below the cut face (exposed end, lower photo). It does have a minor pattern of radial pith cracks which will reguire stabilizing when turning. That black stripe on the cut face is a burn mark from my dull bandsaw blade.




Sold


Lacebark Elm Lot 7 $40.00


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Lacebark Elm Lot 8
9" diameter x 3-1/2" depth
11-1/2 lbs.

This is another very nice half-log piece of Lacebark Elm. It has sapwood and bark on the sides and back and would be suitable for a natural-edge bowl.

The log was halved across the pith and a portion is present at and just below the cut face (exposed end, lower photo). It also has a minor pattern of radial pith cracks which will reguire stabilizing when turning. That black stripe on the cut face is a burn mark from my dull bandsaw blade.




Sold


Lacebark Elm Lot 8 $34.00


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Lacebark Elm Lot 9
7" diameter x 3" depth
6 lbs.

This is a very nice small, half-log piece of Lacebark Elm. While it is not a full crotch piece, the grain pattern is somewhat complex and attractive around several secondary branches. The colors are strong and bright.

The log was halved diagonally thru the pith and a portion is present in the lower half of this section (see cut end on upper photo). I do not see any pith-related radial cracks or other structural flaws.

This would make a nice shallow conventional bowl - but is not suitable for a natural-edge bowl due to my inadvertent wax-sealing of the barky back side as well as the ends and cut face!



Sold
Lacebark Elm Lot 9 $15.00


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Lacebark Elm Lot 10
7" diameter x 2-1/2" depth
5-1/2 lbs.

This is another very nice small, half-log piece of Lacebark Elm. While it is not a full crotch piece, the grain pattern is somewhat complex and attractive around several secondary branches. The colors are strong and bright.

The log was halved diagonally thru the pith and a portion is present in the upper half of this section (see cut end on lower photo). I do not see any pith-related radial cracks or other structural flaws.

This would make a nice shallow conventional bowl - but is not suitable for a natural-edge bowl due to my inadvertent wax-sealing of the barky back side as well as the ends and cut face!



Sold
Lacebark Elm Lot 10 $14.00


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Lacebark Elm Lot 11
>8" diameter x ~5" depth
17 lbs.

This is a very nice half-log piece of Lacebark Elm. It has sapwood and bark on the sides and back and would normally be suitable for a natural-edge bowl. However, it is not suitable due to my inadvertent wax-sealing of the barky back side as well as the ends and cut face! It will make a fantastic conventional bowl.

The log was halved close to the pith and a portion is present at one end of this section (lower face, top photo). There is a minor pattern of thin, shallow radial pith cracks which will reguire stabilizing when turning. I do not see any additional cracks or other structural flaws.



Sold
Lacebark Elm Lot 11 $30.00


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Lacebark Elm Lot 12
>8" diameter x ~4-1/2" depth
17 lbs.

This is another very nice half-log piece of Lacebark Elm. It has sapwood and bark on the sides and back and would normally be suitable for a natural-edge bowl. However, it is not suitable due to my inadvertent wax-sealing of the barky back side as well as the ends and cut face! It will make a fantastic conventional bowl.

The log was halved close to the pith and most of that pith is present at one end of this section (lower end, top photo). There is a minor pattern of thin, shallow radial pith cracks which will reguire stabilizing when turning. I do not see any additional cracks or other structural flaws.



SOLD
Lacebark Elm Lot 12 $30.00


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Lacebark Elm Lot 14
6" diameter x 1-1/2" depth
3 lbs.

This is a very nice small Lacebark Elm crotch piece. A very attractive feather/flame figure is present between the two diverging limbs and the colors are strong and bright.

The log was halved along the pith and a portion is present in this section. I do not see any pith-related radial cracks or other structural flaws.

This would make a nice shallow conventional bowl - but is not suitable for a natural-edge bowl due to my inadvertent wax-sealing of the barky back side as well as the ends and cut face!




Sold


Lacebark Elm Lot 14 $9.00


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Lacebark Elm Lot 15
6" diameter x 2" depth
2-1/2 lbs.

This is another very nice small Lacebark Elm crotch piece. A very attractive feather/flame figure is present between the two diverging limbs and the colors are strong and bright.

The log was halved along the pith and a portion is present in this section. I do not see any pith-related radial cracks or other structural flaws.

This would make a nice shallow conventional bowl - but is not suitable for a natural-edge bowl due to my inadvertent wax-sealing of the barky back side as well as the ends and cut face!




Sold


Lacebark Elm Lot 15 $9.00


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Lacebark Elm Lot 16
10" diameter x ~1-1/2" depth
8 lbs.

This is a very nice Lacebark Elm crotch piece. A beautiful feather/flame figure extends across the entire face between the two diverging limbs. The colors are strong and bright. This would make a nice shallow conventional bowl - but is not suitable for a natural-edge bowl due to my inadvertent wax-sealing of the barky back side as well as the ends and cut face! One additional limitation is a shallow depression in the back side. That depression will limit the depth and restrict the final form to a very shallow bowl or deep platter.

The log was halved approximately along the multiple piths; portions of pith are present at shallow depths. These portions of pith are sound but do contain two thin and tight pith-related crack (lower left side and upper right side of the cut face, top photo). These can be readily reinforced, and filled if necessary, with CA glue. I do not see any additional cracks or other structural flaws.




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Lacebark Elm Lot 16 $24.00


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African Mahogany Lot 100
6"x6"x1-3/4"
1-1/2 lbs.

A very nice block of Mahogany. This piece is kiln-dried and suitable for a shallow 6" bowl.


African Mahogany Lot 100 $10.00


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African Mahogany Lot 102
6-1/2"x7-1/2"x2"
2 lbs.

Another nice block of Mahogany. This piece is kiln-dried and suitable for a shallow 6-1/2" bowl.



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African Mahogany Lot 102 $12.00


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African Mahogany Lot 103
7-1/2"x8-1/2"x2"
2-1/2 lbs.

Another nice block of Mahogany. This piece is kiln-dried and suitable for a shallow 7-1/2" bowl.




Sold


African Mahogany Lot 103 $14.00


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Crepe Myrtle spindle blanks
1-1/2 to 4" in diameter and 10 to 14" long

Weights = ~ 1 lb. (the smaller ones) to 3 lbs. (the larger ones)

I get occasional calls for small diameter Crepe Myrtle so I have cut some limb pieces into short spindle blanks. The wood is hard but fairly bland and very light colored. Among other uses, they may be good for finials and icicles in Christmas ornaments - in high contrast with a darker wood in the ornament globe. Note, these are green to partially air-dried, they are definitely not kiln-dried. They have been carefully sealed on the ends with hot-dip wax and have been air-drying for at least 12 months.


Crepe Myrtle spindle blanks $5.00 per pound


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Crepe Myrtle Lot 100
11"x5-1/2"x3"
4 lbs.

This is a clear and sound blank of Crepe Myrtle. The wood is hard but fairly bland and very light colored. It would be suitable for high contrast element with a darker wood in a segmented turned piece. It would also be suitable for resawing into pen blanks.




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Crepe Myrtle Lot 100 $12.00


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Crepe Myrtle Lot 101
11"x5-1/2"x3"
3-1/2 lbs.

This is another relatively long blank of Crepe Myrtle. However, it does have a long radial crack on the backside that would interfere with bowl turning. The wood is hard but fairly bland and very light colored. It would be suitable for high contrast element with a darker wood in a segmented turned piece. It would also be suitable for resawing into pen blanks.




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Crepe Myrtle Lot 101 $12.00


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Crepe Myrtle Lot 102
7"x8"x3"
3 lbs.

This is a small crotch piece. It may be suitable for a small Crepe Myrtle bowl, however, it also has a prominent radial crack on the backside. The wood is hard but fairly bland and very light colored.



SOLD
Crepe Myrtle Lot 102 $12.00


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Crepe Myrtle Lot 103
7"x8"x3"
3 lbs.

This is another small crotch piece. It appears to be suitable for a small Crepe Myrtle bow. It also has a small radial crack on the backside but it is confined to the outer portion of the smaller limb and should be removed when turning.




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Crepe Myrtle Lot 103 $15.00


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Maple Lot 100
5-1/4"x6-1/2"x2"
1-1/2 lbs.

A nice block of Maple. It is a soft Maple of uncertain species. This piece is kiln-dried and suitable for a shallow 5" bowl.


Maple Lot 100 $10.00


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Maple Lot 101
6-1/2"x9"x2-1/4"
2-1/2 lbs.

Another nice block of Maple. It is a soft Maple of uncertain species. This piece is kiln-dried and suitable for a shallow 6-1/2" bowl.


Maple Lot 101 $12.00


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Maple Lot 102
8-1/2"x9-1/2"x2-1/4"
4 lbs.

Another nice block of Maple. It is a soft Maple of uncertain species. This piece is kiln-dried and suitable for a shallow 8-1/2" bowl.



Sold
Maple Lot 102 $14.00




Listing last updated 3 June 2016


Nothing here that suits your needs?
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There is a possibility that I have more, either cut into blocks or in the rough log,
so I may be able to meet your specific requirements.
If not - send an email with your requirements and I will put it into my
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