Elm (thickness between 25 and 32 mm)

Elm (thickness between 25 and 32 mm)

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Description

Elm

European elm is characterised by its often coarse grain. Due to the strong growth in spring, elm wood often has beautiful flames in the grain. Elm wood is solid, tough, fairly light and usually uniform in texture. People used to make all sorts of things from the elm tree. Wheel hubs and steering wheels, tool handles, brushes, oars, clogs and casting moulds. Nowadays, elm is offered very little. Due to Dutch elm disease, elm stocks in Europe have declined drastically.

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Nature

Wood is a natural product and every piece of wood is different. The wood in the photo is intended as an example and will never exactly match the piece that is sent. Wood can sometimes contain a small crack or an old worm hole. The wood is sealed with paraffin.

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dimensions of wood

100 x 100 x 100 (mm), 100 x 100 x 80 (mm), 125 x 125 mm, 125 x 125 x 50 (mm), 125 x 125 x 70 (mm), 150 x 150 mm, 150 x 150 x 80 (mm), 150x150x60 (mm), 170x170x40 (mm), 175 x 175 mm, 175 x 175 x 65 (mm), 175 x 175 x 70, 175 x 175 x 75 (mm), 190x190x50 (mm), 200 x 200 mm, 200 x 200 x 35 (mm), 200 x 200 x 65 (mm), 200 x 200 x 75 (mm), 250 x 250 (mm), 250 x 250 x 65 (mm), 300 x 300 (mm), 300 x 300 x 50 (mm), 350 x 350 (mm), 60 x 60 x 400 (mm), 120 x 120 x 40 (mm), 170 x 170 x 70 (mm), 190 x 190 x 40 (mm), 250 x 250 x 40 (mm), 250 x 250 x 60 (mm), 250x250x50 (mm), 35 x 35 x 300 (mm), 40 x 40 x 300 (mm), 47 x 47 x 430 (mm), 50 x 50 x 300 (mm), 52 x 52 x 300 (mm), 52 x 52 x 600 (mm), 65 x 65 x 300 (mm), 65 x 65 x600 (mm), 70 x 70 x 300 (mm), 80x80x300 (mm)

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