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Walnut
Walnut is one of the most durable of the domestic commercial woods. The wood is heavy, hard, and stiff and has excellent dimensional stability. There is a distinct difference in color between the nearly white sapwood of walnut and the heartwood, which ranges in color from a deep, rich dark, almost chocolate brown to a purplish black. The wood often has a purplish cast with dark streaks. The grain of walnut is mostly straight and open, though some boards may have a grain pattern that is burled or curly.

Also known as: American Walnut, Eastern Black Walnut, American Black Walnut, Eastern Walnut, Northern American Walnut, Black Walnut and Juglans Nigra.

Widths 2 1/4", 3", 3 1/4", 4", 4 1/4" 5", and 5 1/4" widths. Walnut
The wood photographs on this website cannot accurately represent actual color or appearance of the wood due to the differences in the way monitors render images.
Color Properties Sapwood is nearly white, heartwood ranges in color from a deep, rich dark, almost chocolate brown to a purplish black. The wood often has a purplish cast with dark streaks.
Packaging Packed in nested bundles.
Finish Material is supplied unfinished and prefinished.  
Grades Clear Grade, Select & Better, #1 Common, Rustic / Character Grade
Hardness 1010  
Stability 7.8  
Origin North America  
   
 

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