Huisache Wood For Sale

Huisache (pronounced "wee-sach"), or Sweet Acacia, has a beautiful grain pattern and gorgeous colors - being orange-red in the heartwood and a creamy yellow color in the sapwood. It turns easily when green, producing long curls of a fascinating sparkly orange-white color. The bark of fresh-cut Huisache is very tight and clings well to a natural edge vessel. The wood also finishes to a beautiful surface.

Interestingly enough, Huisache is a bane to farmers, ranchers and rural homesteads in this part of Texas. Similar to Mesquite, it is invasive and can quickly take-over fallow land and replace grasses and other vegetation. Similar to but even worse than Mesquite, Huisache has many thorns - long, very hard and sharp needle-like thorns that penetrate truck and tractor tires and result in numerous flats, pain and agony! Considerable effort is required (and taken) to eradicate Huisache once it is established, and as a result, it is rarely found in sufficient size for most woodworking needs.

Occasionally, however, I am able to locate and harvest larger Huisache trees (I reckon you'd have to call them "old growth" Huisache). These larger trees are generally still small relative to other timber trees - I have yet to see a Huisache "saw log". But these larger "trees" do produce pieces big enough for useful lathe work. As a result, I have quite a few whole, half-log and crotch pieces available. A lot of effort is put into locating, harvesting and trimming these pieces, but the beauty of the wood makes the effort worthwhile.

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



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.

Please be aware - as with most of the wood on this website (other than the pen blanks), these Huisache blanks are fresh and green, or only partially air-dried. They have NOT been kiln-dried and any turning must consider greenwood turning procedures.







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  • Huisache Pen Blanks
  • End-grain Huisache pieces 1 to 2 inches square
  • End-grain Huisache pieces 2 to 3 inches square
  • End-grain Huisache pieces 3 inches square and larger
  • Square and half-log Huisache bowl blanks
  • Rectangular Huisache blocks and small boards






  • Huisache Pen Blanks





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    Huisache Pen Blanks
    1"x 1"x 6""


    I occasionally cut some of my nicely figured Huisache into pen blanks. Those pictured here are typical - the colors are the strong pinkish brown of Huisache heartwood with occasional traces of the white to gray sapwood on some of the blanks. The wood is hard and can be sanded and finished to a beautiful, sensually smooth surface. These pen blanks have been fully dried in my kiln.


    Huisache Pen Blanks $3.00 each, no minimum.







    Huisache end-grain turning blocks between 1 and 2 inches square





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    Huisache Lot H-214
    1-1/2" x 1-1/2" x 10-1/4"
    1 lb.

    This is a near-perfect, small end-grain block of Texas Huisache. It is all heartwood with a soft mix of light brown and reddish-brown colors and a gentle, linear grain pattern.

    I see no cracks, checks or other significant flaws.

    Huisache Lot H-214 $15.00


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    Huisache Lot H-215
    1-1/2" x 1-1/2" x 9-5/8"
    ~1 lb.

    This is another near-perfect, small end-grain block of Texas Huisache. It is all heartwood with a soft mix of light brown and reddish-brown colors and a gentle, linear grain pattern. There is a single thin wedge of grey-toned sapwood in the central portion of one edge (top photo, right edge of annotated face).

    There are two small and very thin drying checks, one at each end of this block. One is in the end-grain face at the top of the block (bottom photo, but too tight to be visible in the photo). It is also not visible where it intersects the edge and is likely to be very shallow. The second drying check is on the very edge on one side of the other end of the block. It is less than 1/8" thick at the edge and "out-crops" on the side of the block at a depth of ~1/2". It is essentially a very thin chip of wood that is about to come off!

    I see no other cracks, checks or significant flaws.

    Huisache Lot H-215 $15.00


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    Huisache Lot H-216
    1-3/8" x 1-3/8" x 5-1/4"
    ~1/2 lb.

    This is a near-perfect, small end-grain block of Texas Huisache. It is approximately 90% heartwood with a soft mix of light brown and reddish-brown colors and a gentle, linear grain pattern. The remaining ~10% is sapwood on one corner, ith a light-gray surface color. That sapwood portion is not thick and should turn-off completely if the block is to be turned to round.

    I see no cracks, checks or other significant flaws.

    Huisache Lot H-216 $5.00


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    Huisache Lot H-217
    1-3/8" x 1-3/8" x 6-3/8"
    ~1/2 lb.

    This is another near-perfect, small end-grain block of Texas Huisache. It is 100% heartwood with a soft mix of light brown and reddish-brown colors and a gentle, linear grain pattern. Two fairly-long (~2") and thin (and shallow?) cracks are present along one edge of the block (bottom photo, just below the left edge). It looks like those cracks will be removed if this block is to be turned to round.

    I see no other cracks, checks or other significant flaws.

    Huisache Lot H-217 $8.00


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    Huisache Lot H-106
    1-7/8" x 1-7/8" x 11-1/4"
    1-3/4 lb.

    This is a very nice end-grain block of Texas Huisache. It is primarily bright rosy/reddish-brown heartwood with a small strip of lighter-brown sapwood on one edge. All of the sapwood should turn off as the block is rounded.

    There are two drying checks in the sapwood (right edge of the annotated face, top photo, but not visible on that photo), but these are confined to the edge and should turn off. There is also one crack on a corner of the back side (faintly visible on the left side, closer end, bottom photo). Confined to that corner, it should also turn off. I see no other cracks, checks or significant flaws.

    Huisache Lot H-106 $18.00
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    Huisache end-grain turning blocks between 2 and 3 inches square





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    Huisache H-205
    2-3/4" x 2-3/4" x 7"
    2-1/4 lbs.

    This is a nice end-grain block of Texas Huisache. It is approximately 90% bright rosy/reddish-brown heartwood and 10% sapwood on two edges and the adjacent sides (bottom photo). That sapwood was a light yellowish-brown color when I milled it but has since developed a strong gray shading on the surface. Most, if not all, of that sapwood should turn off as the block is turned to round.

    Despite being Cut from close to the pith of the log, I see no pith-related cracks or other significant flaws.



    Huisache H-205 $20.00


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    Huisache H-206
    2-1/4" x 2-1/4" x 10-3/4"
    2-1/4 lbs.

    This is a very attractive end-grain block of Texas Huisache. It is primarily the bright rosy/reddish-brown of Huisache heartwood with a strong, gently undulating grain pattern. There are two, very thin strips of grey sapwood along the two ends of one edge (bottom photo). All of that sapwood should turn off as the block is turned to round.

    It was cut from well clear of the pith of the log I see no pith-related cracks. However, there is a single, very thin drying check on one end that does extend ~3/4" into the lower end of the block (bottom photo, near end, but too thin to see in the photo). I see no other cracks, checks or other obvious flaws.



    Huisache H-206 $25.00


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    Huisache H-207
    2" x 2" x 8-7/8"
    1-1/2 lbs.

    This is another attractive end-grain block of Texas Huisache. It is primarily the bright rosy/reddish-brown of Huisache heartwood with a strong, gently undulating grain pattern. An area of grey-shaded sapwood is present on the end of one side and the adjacent edge (bottom photo, far end). That sapwood portion is relatively shallow (max 3/8" thick at the end-grain face), and most, if not all, will be removed as the block is turned to round.

    I see no cracks, checks or other obvious flaws.



    Huisache H-207 $25.00


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    Huisache H-208
    2-1/8" x 2-1/8" x 7"
    1-1/2 lbs.

    This is another nice end-grain block of colorful Texas Huisache. It is primarily the bright rosy/reddish-brown of Huisache heartwood with a strong, gently undulating grain pattern. A fairly large area of creamy sapwood, below a (somewhat splotchy-grey shading) is present on the edge of two adjacent sides (bottom photo). That sapwood portion is relatively shallow and is likely to be completely removed as the block is turned to round.

    I see no significant cracks or checks in this block, but there are several very thin, low-angle cracks along one edge and the far end of the annotated face (top photo, just below the left edge, and the irregular line thru the number "8" at the top of the block). That odd-looking pattern of darker brown on the left side of the annotated face appears to be the due to those very shallow cracks. All of these shallow cracks appear to be the very tail ends of small and tight pith-related cracks. Similar to the sapwood described above, these are also within the zone of wood that will be removed immediately if this block is turned to round on a lathe.



    Huisache H-208 $20.00






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    Huisache H-209
    2" x 2" x 10"
    1-3/4 lbs.

    This is a very nice end-grain block of colorful Texas Huisache. It is primarily the bright rosy/reddish-brown of Huisache heartwood with a strong, gently undulating grain pattern. There is a fair-sized wedge of sapwood on one end and corner (top photo - lower right edge of near end, and bottom photo - top and left surfaces, far end). The sapwood is generally creamy colored , but the upper surface is a grey color in the photos. - Most, if not all of that sapwood will turn-off as as the block is turned to round.

    Cut from well clear of the pith of the log, I see no pith-related cracks. However, there is a single, very thin and shallow crack on one edge that may be a drying check. That small crack/check is very shallow and restricted to the very edge of the block - it will also turn-off as the block is rough-turned to round. I see no other cracks, checks or obvious flaws.



    Huisache H-209 $25.00


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    Huisache H-210
    2" x 2" x 10"
    1-3/4 lbs.

    This is another very attractive end-grain block of colorful Texas Huisache. It is primarily the bright rosy/reddish-brown of Huisache heartwood with a strong, gently undulating grain pattern. There is a large wedge of sapwood on one end and corner (top photo - lower right edge of near end, and bottom photo - left corner of the far end). The sapwood is generally creamy colored, but its upper surface is a light grey color in the photos. There is also a fairly large "hollow" in the sapwood where a pocket of bark was once located and likely "popped-out" when I milled the wood. That old bark "pocket" will turn-off, along with most of the sapwood, as the block is turned to round, but a portion of the deeper sapwood will likely remain.

    Cut from well clear of the pith of the log, there are no pith-related cracks. However, there is a single, small crack within the sapwood that extends somewhere around 1/2" into the block. I recommend filling and reinforcing that crack with thin CA glue before turning. There is also one odd crack-like feature on the annotated face (top photo). I am not sure of its nature, but I do not think that it will reduce the strength of the block, and I would simply fill the opening with CA glue (or other, attractive media) before turning.

    I see no other cracks, checks or obvious flaws.



    Huisache H-210 $20.00



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    Huisache H-211
    2" x 2" x 8-3/4"
    1-1/2 lbs.

    This is another very attractive end-grain block of colorful Texas Huisache. It is entirely the bright rosy/reddish-brown of Huisache heartwood with a strong, gently undulating grain pattern. Cut from deeper into the log, this block does not include any sapwood, but it does include a small portion of the pith. That pith is quite sound and adds to the attractive grain pattern.

    Despite the presence of the pith - this block includes no pith-related cracks. However, there are two small drying checks that I did not see when cutting and processing this block. One is 5/8" long and the other is 1" long. Both of these are located on one side of the block and one (the longer check) is visible on the near end of the middle photo but is only faintly visible. However, I do not see these as significant flaws - Were I working with this block, I would simply reinforce them with thin CA glue before turning. There is also one odd crack-like feature on one side (bottom and middle photos). I am not sure of its nature, but I do not think that it will reduce the strength of the block, and I would simply fill the opening with CA glue (or other, attractive media) before turning.

    I see no other cracks, checks or obvious flaws.



    Huisache H-211 $25.00



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    Huisache H-212
    2" x 2" x 6-1/2"
    1-1/4 lbs.

    This is another attractive end-grain block of Texas Huisache. It is entirely the bright rosy/reddish-brown of Huisache heartwood with a strong, gently undulating grain pattern.

    There is one very small and tight, drying check on one corner of the upper end-grain face (bottom photo, upper left-hand corner of near end-grain face). However, the check is too small and tight to be visible in that photo. Located on an edge, that check will turn off immediately as the block is roughed-turned to round. I see no other cracks, checks or obvious flaws.



    Huisache H-212 $20.00



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    Huisache H-165
    2-1/2" x 2-1/2" x 6"
    1-1/4 lbs.

    This is another attractive end-grain block of Texas Huisache. It is approximately 70% bright rosy/reddish-brown of Huisache heartwood and 30% yellowish-brown sapwood (top photo). The sapwood forms a thick wedge on the backside with indistinct boundary between it and the heartwood.

    It was also cut from well clear of the pith of the log and I see no pith-related cracks.

    Huisache H-165 $20.00
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    Huisache H-168
    2" x 2" x 11"
    1-1/2 lbs.

    This is another nice end-grain block of Texas Huisache. It is primarily the bright rosy/reddish-brown of Huisache heartwood with a tapering section of creamy light brown to "orange brown" sapwood along one edge. Again, that sapwood/heartwood boundary is gradational and indistinct. There is a bit of bark on one corner - no problem!

    I see no cracks, checks or other obvious flaws. There is a single open borer hole on one side (bottom photo, left side, just below the tail-end of the bark).

    Huisache H-168 $20.00

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    This tall, delicate goblet was recently turned from some of the same Texas Huisache wood listed on this site. Additional examples of Huisache turnings are presented on our companion website Prairie's End Woodshop.









    Huisache end-grain turning blocks 3 inches square or larger





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    Huisache H-153
    3" x 3" x 10"
    3 lbs.

    This is a very nice end-grain block of Texas Huisache (Sweet Acacia). It is approximately 60% bright rosy/reddish-brown heartwood and 40% creamy light-brown sapwood. There is a bit of bark remaining on one corner that will turn off as the block is rounded.

    The blank was cut well clear of the pith of the log and I see no sign of any pith-related cracks. The is one small and thin crack or check in the shallow portion of heartwood, very close to the sapwood. It does not appear to be deep and I consider it to be insignificant to turning (other than to be reinforced with CA glue). I see no other cracks, checks or obvious flaws.


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    Huisache H-153 $25.00


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    Huisache H-157
    3" x 3" x 6"
    2 lbs.

    This is another nice end-grain block of Texas Huisache (Sweet Acacia). It is entirely the bright rosy/reddish-brown of Huisache heartwood.

    The blank was cut well away from the pith of the log and no pith or pith-related cracks are present. I see no obvious flaws.

    Huisache H-157 $25.00
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    Huisache square and half-log bowl blanks





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    Huisache H-204
    6-1/4" x 6-1/2" x 3"
    4 lbs.

    This is a very nice, half-log bowl blank of Texas Huisache (Sweet Acacia). The colors are the rosy, reddish brown of Huisache heartwood, backed by fairly thick sections of creamy sapwood. This blank should be suitable for either a conventional or natural-edge bowl. It has a full and tight bark on the backside, so turning of a full-bark, natural-edge bowl should not be a problem. That said - there is a large pocket of "imbedded" bark on the annotated face. The depth of that pocket of bark is not obvious and, if deep, would reduce the potential depth of a natural-edge bowl.

    The pith of the log is present in this blank and visible on one end (middle photo) and then "outcrops" on the central portion of the annotated face (top and middle photos, close to the pocket of imbedded bark). I see no sign of pith-related cracks, checks or other significant flaws.




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    Huisache H-204 $30.00


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    Huisache H-203
    5" x 5-1/2" x 2"
    2-1/4 lbs.

    This is a very nice, small half-log blank of rosy, reddish brown Texas Huisache. It was cut from the log directly thru the pith (that thin brown stripe on the annotate face), but includes no pith-related flaws (cracks, etc.). It also has full and tight bark on the back side and should easily turn to a nice (small) natural-edge bowl.

    I see no sign of any cracks, checks or other significant flaws.


    Huisache H-203 $20.00


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    Huisache H-202
    5" x 5-1/2" x 2-1/2"
    2-1/2 lbs.

    This is another very nice, small half-log blank of rosy, reddish brown Texas Huisache. It was cut from the log at a slight angle to the pith, such that the pith is visible just to the left of center on the end-grain face (middle photo) and rises to "outcrop" on the upper end of the annotated face (that thin brown stripe on the annotate face, top and middle photos). I see no pith-related flaws (cracks, etc.) at either end. It also has full and tight bark on the back side and should easily turn to a nice (small) natural-edge bowl.

    I see no sign of any cracks, checks or other significant flaws.


    Huisache H-203 $20.00


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    Huisache H-201
    5" x 6-1/4" x 2"
    3 lbs.

    This is another very nice, small half-log blank of rosy, reddish brown Texas Huisache. It was cut from the log directly thru the pith (that thin brown stripe on the annotate face), but includes no visible, pith-related flaws (cracks, etc.). It also has full and tight bark on the back side and should be easily turned into a nice (small) natural-edge bowl.

    I see no sign of any cracks, checks or other significant flaws. Note - there are a number of small patches on moss growing out of the bark on the back side - no additional charge! :-)


    Huisache H-201 $20.00


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    Huisache H-200
    5" x 6-1/4" x 2-1/4"
    2-3/4 lbs.

    This is another very nice, small half-log blank of rosy, reddish brown Texas Huisache. It was also cut from the log directly thru the pith (that thin brown stripe on the annotate face). It also has full and tight bark on the back side and should be easily turned into a nice (small) natural-edge bowl.

    That pith does include a single, very small and tight, pith-related crack on a portion of the annotated face (extending along that brown pith-stripe). The crack is very tight and very shallow at the end on the end-grain face. I suspect that it will be turned-off immediately if this blank is turned to create a NE-bowl. I see no sign of any other cracks, checks or significant flaws.


    Huisache H-200 $20.00


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    Huisache H-197
    6" x 8" x 3-1/2"
    4 lbs.

    This is a very nice, half-log bowl blank of Texas Huisache (Sweet Acacia). The colors are the rosy, reddish brown of Huisache heartwood, backed by fairly thick sections of creamy sapwood. The center of the heartwood, closest to the pith area (note - the actual pith has been removed) narrow bands of light brown spalt-staining are present (all photos). This blank should be suitable for either a conventional or natural-edge bowl, although a small patch of the bark is missing and it is a bit "gappy" elsewhere (see bark-sapwood boundary on the bottom photo), so turning of a full bark natural-edge bowl may be challenging.

    There are three small and tight, pith-related radial cracks, two at one end and one at the other (middle and bottom photos). They are faintly visible on the end-grain faces (especially if you zoom-in to those areas). In addition, there is one long, but very tight drying check present in the end-grain face visible on the bottom photo. However, it is so very tight that it is essentially invisible on the photo, even when you zoom in! I consider these cracks and the check to be minor flaws and would simply reinforce them with thin CA glue before turning. There is also one fairly large and gappy knot in the annotated face (~4 o'clock position within the 6" circle). It looks as if this knot extends toward the near side of the blank and will likely be present in the upper side of the finished bowl, if it is turned as a conventional bowl form. In a natural-edge bowl form, this knot will likely be turned off completely.

    I see no other cracks, checks or significant flaws.



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    Huisache H-197 $30.00


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    Huisache H-151
    6" x 6" x 3"
    4 lbs.

    This is a very nice, square blank of Texas Huisache (Sweet Acacia). It is also primarily the rosy, reddish brown of Huisache heartwood, but includes section of creamy sapwood and a bit of bark along two edges of the back side (bottom photo). There is a bit of light brown spalt-staining of that heartwood on the annotated face. I see this blank as suitable for either a conventional bowl or an oval hollow-form (with no excuses).

    This blank was cut from close to the pith of the log and a small portion remains (near end of annotated face, top photo). However, I see no cracks associated with that pith. There is one large and prominent knot in the sapwood area on the backside that is quite sound and should be no problem. There are also several open borer holes associated with the sapwood on the back side. With the blank mounted such that the sapwood is on the bottom portion of the bowl, all of those "beetle features" should turn off.

    I see no cracks, checks or other significant flaws.



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    Huisache H-151 $30.00




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    This beautiful natural-edge bowl was recently turned from the same Texas Huisache wood as listed on this site. Additional examples of Huisache turnings are presented on our companion website Prairie's End Woodshop.




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    Huisache Lot 63
    6-1/2" x 8" x 3-1/2"
    6 lbs.

    This is another beautiful half-log crotch blank of rosy, reddish brown Texas Huisache with a very attractive crotch feather figure. It has a tiny, enclosed bark inclusion in the crotch (top photo), but it could be reinforced and become a solid part of a fairly deep conventional bowl. However, that would not make the best exposure of that crotch feather. I would go for a 6" x 3" natural-edge bowl form.

    This blank was also cut close to the pith and a portion of the pith remains in this half. The pith appears to be sound but the center of that left-hand limb it does include several very small and tight cracks or drying checks. Again, if turned as a NE bowl, the pith and those small checks will turn off when the bottom is roughed to round.

    I see no sign of any other cracks, checks or other significant flaws.



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    Huisache Lot 63 $35.00







    Rectangular blocks and boards of Huisache





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    Huisache H-175
    3" x 8-1/2" x 3/4"
    3/4 lb.

    This is a nice, clear, straight-grained, quarter-sawn board of Texas Huisache. It is entirely the bright rosy/reddish-brown of Huisache heartwood.

    I see no cracks, checks or other significant flaws.

    Huisache H-175 $10.00
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    Huisache H-176
    2" x 6-1/2" x 3/4"
    3/4 lb.

    This is a small, clear, straight-grained plane-sawn board of Texas Huisache. It is entirely the bright rosy/reddish-brown of Huisache heartwood.

    I see no cracks, checks or other significant flaws.


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    Huisache H-176 $8.00


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    Huisache H-177
    2" x 10" x 3/4"
    1/2 lb.

    This is a beautiful, quarter-sawn to plane-sawn board of Texas Huisache. It is entirely the bright rosy/reddish-brown of Huisache heartwood. I got too close to the pith on one end and several small, tight radial cracks are present on one half (far end, bottom photo)

    I see no other cracks, checks or significant flaws.



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    Huisache H-177 $10.00


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    Huisache H-178
    1-1/2" x 10" x 3/4"
    1/2 lb.

    This is a small but attractive, straight-grained, rift-sawn board of Texas Huisache. It includes both the bright rosy/reddish-brown of Huisache heartwood and the creamy to yellowish-brown of Huisache sapwood.

    I see no cracks, checks or other significant flaws.

    Huisache H-178 $5.00

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    Huisache Lot H-140
    5" x 10-3/4" x 2"
    4 lbs.

    This is a very nice large rectangular block of Texas Huisache. It is almost entirely the bright rosy/reddish-brown of Huisache heartwood with just two thin strips of light brown sapwood on the back edges.

    This blank was cut right the pith of the log and a portion of that pith is present just below the top face (annotated face, close end, top photo). There actually is a second pith in that area, related to a nearby crotch. That main pith does include several small and thin radial cracks that are apparent at the surface. These small are quite tight and I would simply reinforce them with CA glue.

    There are two small beetle holes on the back side and a third on one side. These may require filling. I see no other significant flaws.

    Huisache Lot H-140 $30.00
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    Listing last updated 3 June 2016


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