Does any one know what type of wood 'American Nut' is?

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11-18-2011 10:58 PM

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Does any one know what type of wood ‘American Nut’ is?

Hi i am researching a table that i saw at an exhibition and the type of wood used was called American Nut, but i have never heard of it.
would you be able to help me please, a species name wood be great help.

Many Thanks


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#1 posted 11-18-2011 11:15 PM

That term has been used in the past to generically refer to sustainable forms of domestic woods that produce a nut. Walnut or pecan is a good example. I believe it is often a hybrid.

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