CT-105 - 19' x 30" x 5"


The beautifully swirled dark and rich colors you see here are a typical of mineral stain wood. Mineral stain appears on logs and stumps that have been exposed to water, which they absorbed the minerals from, resulting in mineral stain wood. This not a common effect, but it does make a traditional piece of redwood furniture stand out even more with peculiar coloring. Instead of the usual red and orange, here we see gorgeous purple and green wood hues.

Additionally, the mineral stain wood creates an interesting contrast between the surface and grain of the wood. If you look closely, you can see the highly contrasting grain swirls that add to this piece’s unique appeal.

Notably, mineral stain wood is not any less reliable than non-stained redwood. The water exposure of this log does not affect the integrity and wood-worthiness of this piece.


19′ long x 30″ wide x 5″ thick


The listed price is for the raw and unfinished wood and does not include finishing. Please note that the picture above shows this piece wet with water to show you the color and character that it will have after finishing. This piece is dry and ready to finish.

We can ship this piece to you raw for you to finish yourself, or we can finish it for you for an extra charge. Please specify in your inquiry if you’d like to learn more about our finishing services. We’ll be happy to provide you with a quote. Learn more about our finishing options


We ship our products worldwide. We get an 86% discount with our shipping companies, which we pass on directly to you. Please provide a zip code in your inquiry and we can provide you with a quote.  Learn more about our shipping policies

Ethical Sourcing

All our wood comes from ethical sources. We take steps to protect the environment when building our products. Also, we make sure that these products come from facilities that treat workers fairly. You can learn more about our ethical sourcing policies as well as our commitment to the environment and our community here.

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