Black Walnut No.32, 10 x 49 x 135 mm
Black Walnut No.32
10 x 49 x 135 mm
The photos shown are illustrative
The wood is intended for further processing, so some edges may not be exactly perpendicular to each other, or planes parallel to each other.
The stated dimensions are minimal, they can be slightly larger.
The American walnut, botanically correct black walnut, is native to the eastern US, from Massachusetts to Florida, west to Texas and Minnesota. It was imported to Europe in the 17th century and is grown in parks and castle gardens. The wood is very decorative, the heartwood is brown to purplish, the sapwood is white to yellow-gray. The fibers are mostly straight, sometimes irregular with a fine to medium texture and a slight natural sheen.
The wood is hard, medium weight and durable. It has good dimensional stability, strength and impact resistance, dries well and tends to be stable.
It is easy to process, it cuts well, there is minimal chipping of the fibers when planing, it is good for turning, grinding and gluing. The wood is also suitable for bending. The smooth and fine surface of the walnut makes it possible to create perfect finishes.
Due to its decorative appearance, American walnut wood is mainly used for the production of furniture and decorative items, and is often used for gun stocks.
- decorative items
- wooden jewelry
- musical instruments
- art objects
- gun stocks
- home accessories
Tropical woods can be toxic or cause various allergies. During processing, fine wood dust is also generated, which can cause a number of other health problems. Therefore, it is recommended to use respirators and other protective equipment when working with wood.
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