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Forum topic by MRlonghorn posted 852 days ago 4172 views 0 times favorited 20 replies Add to Favorites Watch
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MRlonghorn

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852 days ago

i will have some 8/4 holly ready next week if anyone wants any. its in the kiln now and should be done monday. send me a message if you are interested. most of it is very clear. it is rough cut but i can surface it to our specs.


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jobott

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#1 posted 852 days ago

Can you post some pics of it planed down some to show the grain once its dried? Also if you have an idea of cost. Thanks

-- Joe B

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MRlonghorn

29 posts in 1974 days


#2 posted 847 days ago

still have plenty of holly left. 8/4 slabs and pen and bowl blanks.

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jdmaher

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#3 posted 847 days ago

Still wonder what it looks like and how much it costs.

-- Jim Maher, Illinois

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MRlonghorn

29 posts in 1974 days


#4 posted 847 days ago

here is one piece. price depends on quality but starting around 10 bf. blanks are priced by the piece sorry it took so long to get the pics up.

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Dusty56

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#5 posted 847 days ago

”Holly Must be cut in winter to avoid blue-stain or graying of the wood”.Bell Forest Products.

Not a lot of white showing in your picture.
Is this your best sample @$10.00 bd ft , and does that include shipping ?

-- I'm absolutely positive that I couldn't be more uncertain!

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MRlonghorn

29 posts in 1974 days


#6 posted 847 days ago

thanks dusty we couldn’t wait until next winter on this because its on a timber tract set to be harvested soon, some of it is white but its still in the kiln. the pic is a bad one and that piece came out of the kiln early so it blued up

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Dusty56

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#7 posted 847 days ago

O’k , thanks for the info : )

-- I'm absolutely positive that I couldn't be more uncertain!

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HalDougherty

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#8 posted 845 days ago

Good looking lumber. I know where there is a holly tree with a 24” trunk that’s about 40’ tall. It’s huge, only one problem… It’s on the campus of a VA Hospital. It might as well be on the moon.

-- Hal, Tennessee http://www.first285.com

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BigYin

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#9 posted 845 days ago

Holly turns really well into tool handles. Use strait grain and no knots

-- ... Never Apologise For Being Right ...

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sicilian

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#10 posted 771 days ago

how much? lol

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rvabulas

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#11 posted 749 days ago

mrlonghorn will buy holly a ten bft of8/4 dont know how to get in touch with you

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planeBill

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#12 posted 748 days ago

Any updates on this holly? I’d like to see a dressed piece myself and know the price.

-- I was born at a very young age, as I grew up, I got older.

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PurpLev

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#13 posted 748 days ago

location?

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rvabulas

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#14 posted 748 days ago

mrlonghorn will buy holly see treasuredfurnishings.com hand carved heirlooms

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CharlesNeil

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#15 posted 748 days ago

yep email me, definately interested, Charles@charlesneilwoodoworking,

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