|Project by TedM||posted 05-25-2008 04:42 AM||1040 views||2 times favorited||6 comments|
Here’s a few wine stoppers that I did in between projects over the past few weeks. They are made from a variety of woods including Maple, Cherry, Banuk (Virola) and Walnut Birch and turned in a variety of shapes. There was no design plan, just having a bit of fun.
Walnut Birch a roasted hardwood. It is made by taking yellow birch and heating it to very high temperatures in a vacuum condition. Then it is re-humidified. This creates a uniformly dark brown colored product, similar to that of Black Walnut, but the price is less expensive.
Thanks for looking :)
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