Oak - White

White Oak has long been considered one of the preeminent hardwoods of Central & Eastern America. The trees commonly live for hundreds of years, if left undisturbed. The color of the heartwood can vary from a light golden tan to a light to medium brown. The grains are straight. Quartersawn examples often display the “fleck” figuring patterns for which oaks are known. Its renowned toughness and durability has seen White Oak used in boat building for centuries, as it also responds well to steam bending. Despite its large pores and generally coarse surface, the wood works, glues and holds a stain and/or a finish very well.

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    Clear one side. Small knot on other.

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    Knot. Checks.

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    Knots. Defects.

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    Knots.

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    Light checks.

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    Knots.

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    Two knots.

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    Knot. Checks.

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    Knot, defect

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    Wane, Wormholes

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    Knot, Nice board

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    Long check