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**ENDED**Live edge walnut

Discussion in 'Want To Buy' started by El Guapo, Aug 21, 2015.

  1. El Guapo

    El Guapo Member Full Member Thread Starter

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    yowza, that is a big piece of walnut! How thick is the cant?
     
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    Its 8" on one end ( burl ) bump and 3" at the other . I might have another smaller piece out there too yet......
     
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    Or there is this lil cant 3-5" thick . Has checks . And curl n burl

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    @Mike1950 , I got the box of walnut today... gonna make great cutting boards/serving trays! I can't wait to get them planed down to see what is hiding underneath!
     
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    Or this lil guy 17 1/2 long x 18" at widest point tapers from 2-3 " thick. It has checking and curl


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    El Guapo Member Full Member Thread Starter

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    Tom, you're making this impossible for me! I keep going back and forth between different pieces! I'm going to go make some sawdust and see if it clears my mind a bit.
     
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    Sorry bout that :blush-33: I actually refrained from posting more pics of other pieces :sarcastic:. I think the simplest would be a 24" piece out of the second piece I posted and I will throw in the last piece on top of it for ya, and we ship fedex .
     
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    All right, Tom, you twisted my arm! PM me the total with shipping to 77040 and I'll get you paid tonight!
     
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    Maybe in the future I
    I will have to do it tomorrow after cutting and weighing it . Here's a piece I didn't show ya ........ Till now .....

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    Cuz I'm keepin it
     
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    Some nice pieces
     
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    Incredible piece Tom! Tony
     
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    Payment sent! Thanks for a great buy, Tom!
     
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    :yipee::yipee::yipee::gotmywood::thanx2::thanx2::thanx2:

    Tom, that walnut arrived today and man is it some sweet stuff! I know you said the measurements in the post, but I really did not expect the pieces to be a massive as they are! I couldn't be happier... thanks for taking care of me, buddy!
     
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    Glad you like em ! I will b heading to the walnut store next week for more lol .
     
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    @El Guapo Let me know if you are interested in more...have quite a bit of live edge, dry, american black walnut and claro walnut slabs in the dimensions you had originally posted.
     
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    I don't need any more right now, but I will again sometime soon. I'll hit you up! Of course, you can always post a couple of pics!!!
     
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    I've got a few more questions Austin. I picked up some of the conditioner yesterday, do you heat it up to apply? It says to, I was thinking of putting the bottle in some hot hot water but was curious as to what you do. Thanks! Tony
     
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    you don't have too especially if you use the butcher block oil. what heating it does it thins it out for deeper penetration. i just microwave some in a cup and pour it on
     
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