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Buckeye Burl-Stabilized, Dyed Yellow ¾"x¾"x5"

Buckeye Burl-Stabilized, Dyed Yellow ¾"x¾"x5"

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Scientific name: Aesculus californica

The heartwood is almost white when freshly cut.
When spalting occurs, multicolored and wavy colors appear, ranging from yellow to blue-grey. Light in weight when seasoned, it turns and finishes well. 

Region: USA, Pacific Northwest                                                                                                  


  • Stabilized wood is a process where clear resin is permeated into the wood cells under pressure. This process limits expansion and contraction due to changes in humidity, eliminates checking or cracking, and makes it water-resistant.
  • Bark inclusions, voids, or cracks are cast with Alumilite resin in black for a smooth or even surface.
  • Pictures are representations.
  • Dimensions may vary +/- ⅛"
  • Wood dust has been known to cause allergic reactions among wood workers, therefore sufficient ventilation, dust extraction equipment, and the use of proper respirators and eye protection is essential.

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