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BOG OAK STABILIZED, Blanks for Woodworking, Craft Supplies. From U.S. Stock.
Stabilized Bog Oak, Blanks for woodworking. - IRON LUCKY
Stabilized Bog Oak, Blanks for woodworking. - IRON LUCKY
Stabilized Bog Oak, Blanks for woodworking. - IRON LUCKY
Stabilized Bog Oak, Blanks for woodworking. - IRON LUCKY
Stabilized Bog Oak, Blanks for woodworking. - IRON LUCKY
Stabilized Bog Oak, Blanks for woodworking. - IRON LUCKY
Stabilized Bog Oak, Blanks for woodworking. - IRON LUCKY
Stabilized Bog Oak, Blanks for woodworking. - IRON LUCKY
Stabilized Bog Oak, Blanks for woodworking. - IRON LUCKY

BOG OAK STABILIZED, Blanks for Woodworking, Craft Supplies. U.S. Stock.

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STABILIZED BOG OAK (Black Oak). 
Billets for the KNIFE HUNDLE and the manufacture of knife and pens, small turning operations, for artisans, for crafting and other woodworking.
BOG OAK is fully treatment "stabilized" (vacuum and "Cactus juise")...
Size: 125\38\25 (4,9"\1.5"\1.0")
The real age of this oak is 600/1000 years.
All our timbers are absolutely dry.
Quantity: THIS PRICE is FOR 1 PIECE (BILLET ARM).
Delivery from US Stock.
Shipping timber is not having end-jointed, sanded or painted.
Wood pattern may vary slightly. You will be sent a billet this wood, with a similar pattern! Drawing a tree is the unique nature of the game. And at different blanks - the picture is a bit different.
The samples in the photo are covered with tung oil. The whole lot on the photo and in the warehouse - from one material!

Bog Oak, also spelled bogwood or bog wood, also known as abonos and, especially amongst pipe smokers, as morta. 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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