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Add flavor to your next project with this rich and rare wood.


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Sassafras1

A domestic hardwood with old-time folklore flavor.

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Walnut4

Of the world’s several walnut species, it’s the American black walnut (Juglans nigra) that claims the title of most beautiful. 

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A century ago, Dutch Elm Disease (DED) decimated millions of elm trees, many of which adorned American city streets. (Fun fact: “Elm” is the 15th most common street name in the USA.)

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Wooddiscoloration

Generally speaking, discoloration and staining are bad things – just ask anyone who does the laundry. But sometimes, nature has a way of turning a disadvantage into an asset.

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Mahogany

Woodworking craftsmen the world over regard genuine mahogany as the finest of all furniture woods. It has the qualities to recommend it for pieces of lasting beauty–from incredible working characteristics to durability, stability, and a wonderful luster.

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Screwupwood8

With the Wood Threading Kit—which offers precision cutters—you can make short work of cutting both inside and outside threads, though a few precautions are in order.

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A bargain blonde hardwood


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