Butternut

Known commonly by its nickname, “White Walnut” (a nickname which is earned, as it is a member of the true walnut genus, Juglans), Butternut is considerably lighter and less dense than its walnut (Juglans genus) compatriots; combined with its light weight and low density and hardness, it is very easy to work. Courtesy of its fluted trunks, the lumber produced by Butternut trees can have some irregular, but visually-striking, grain patterns. Its pleasant light tan coloration has a very pastel look, and certain examples can exhibit a pink or reddish tint.

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  • BUTTER1008

    Nice board.

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  • BUTTER1007

    Knots on both faces.

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  • BUTTER1006

    Worm holes both faces.

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  • BUTTER1005

    Small worm holes both faces.

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  • BUTTER1004

    Small knot on one face.

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  • BUTTER1003

    Small knot on both faces. Clear Sections

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  • BUTTER1002

    Knots on both faces with worm holes.

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  • BUTTER1001

    Knots on both faces with worm holes.

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