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1,000 year old burl. Tyler's Table
A piece of history. For more about " Tyler's Table " click HERE.
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Below is a close up photo of Giant Redwood burl that came in front of me due to a vision of Tyler Miller. We have a few of these rare one piece slabs of burl available. They are cut from the centers of a root from the Giant Redwoods of Calif. Read more, below.
Years ago, the cutting of Giant Red Woods was made illegal. Left behind were the roots. These were salvaged using excavating equipment to remove them from the ground. Often they were sooo large they had to be cut in half even before they could be loaded onto a semi truck trailer.
I was fortunate to be able to acquire several of these large pieces of solid burl. You may view several of them here. (please use your back button to return to this page if you wish )
3 inches THICK
The "General Sherman" , the biggest amongst them, has a circumference near the ground of 31.1 m or 102.6 ft and is the biggest tree in the world ! His age is estimated at 2000 to 2500 years, and is often called "the largest living thing on earth".