BOG OAK, Fumed Oak, Wood Blanks for Woodworking, DIY precious woods.

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BOG OAK, Fumed Oak, Wood Blanks for Woodworking, DIY precious woods. Art 10.204.1
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BOG OAK, Fumed Oak, Wood Blanks for Woodworking, DIY precious woods. Art 10.204

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Blanks Bog Oak AAA for the Woodworking and more! 
For the manufacture of pens, knife making, small turning operations, for artisans, for crafting. 
The kit consists of the following precious wood:
BOG OAK AAA Size:

Art 10.204-1: 98\52\43 (3.8"\2.0"\1.7")
Art 10.204-2: 103\53\50 (4.0"\2.0"\1.9")
The age of the moraine oak is 600-700 years.
All our timbers are dry.
Please note that wood is a living material that can vary in contact with humidity.
A typical color change and darkening of wood lie in its nature.
Shipping timber is not having end-jointed, sanded or painted.
Wood is fully dried to 5%. But without treatment "stabilized" (vacuum oil)...

Bog Oak, much like Brown Oak, is not a specific species, but is rather a term that designates oak that has been buried in a peat bog for hundreds or sometimes thousands of years. The extremely low oxygen conditions of the bog protect the wood from normal decay, while the underlying peat provides acidic conditions where iron salts and other minerals react with the tannins in the wood, gradually giving it a distinct dark brown to almost black color.
Since there is such a limited supply of the wood - with Bog Oak essentially being the very early stages of fossilization - prices for this type of wood are very high.

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