Not a live tree falls
for our burnishments.
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Rustic Furniture from the log - Glass Top Tables - Tree Table Sculpture P.O. Box 413, 2608 Ave. E, Wilson, Kansas, 67490, US
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On Hand Availability
What that means
Means we have the materials needed for the project either seasoned, processed and ready for use or they are well into the process and substantially near ready.
Over the years we have collected these unique materials specifically for these designs. This, directly from fallen trees within creeks and valleys surrounding our home town. It's an ongoing process. Gathering trips are made 4 to 8 times a year.
For proper seasoning preparations and to shorten your delivery time.
It is common for these thick, massive, and/or swirling grained wooden pieces to take a year, sometimes more, in their seasoning and preparations for use as furniture. Thus our pre-selection and preparation process allows us to speed up the delivery times for our clients.
We have a facility that contains a kiln, special vacumn tools, chemical treatment tools, solar heat supplies, moisture reading devices, and our shops. All is housed within or around a 200 foot long old ( 1950's ) lumber yard building which contains lots of racks and storage areas.
Upon the racks and within the storage areas are a number of various classes of wood: slabs, stumps, specially shaped branches, and logs of various speci and size.
Each of these classes is in various stages of seasoning, curing, and preparations for final shop and fabrications use.