|Forum topic by macintosh||posted 03-06-2010 02:33 AM||1694 views||0 times favorited||4 replies|
03-06-2010 02:33 AM
We have some gorgeous long planks of wood (17 feet long, 10 – 12 inches wide, and 1 inch thick), and have discovered that the species is Tupelo.
Can you help me figure out of this wood is of any value in making furniture? Specifically, we’d like to make a dining room table from it. From what I’ve found on the internet already, it seems its used most for carving.
Is it useable, or should we scrap it?
You guys are always so helpful – thank you so much!