LS-116 - 8' Tall x 8' Wide x 4' Deep

$3,000.00

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SKU: LS-116 Category:

Description

Raw wood carving material from old growth redwood salvaged logs and stumps. Ideal for custom carvings and wood sculpture crafting and woodworking. Many woodworkers and carvers choose redwood for its high quality, rot-resistance and unique appeal.

Supply of quality, old growth redwood burl slabs, logs, stumps, and rounds. Additionally, choose between live edge or sanded and ready-to-work carving wood blanks from redwood. In the case that you are new to wood carving, redwood is a fine wood material to get started on. At 8 feet tall, there is a variety of redwood carving options from just a single salvaged stump. In the case that you need something bigger, let us know! Our vast raw wood carving material supply extends beyond our website.

Dimensions

8′ tall x 8′ wide x 4′ deep

Finish

The listed price is for the raw and unfinished wood and does not include finishing. Usually finish is not needed for landscape pieces, though this depends on your preferences.

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

Shipping

We ship our products worldwide. From small, decorative redwood home decor to large raw wood carving material, we ship at the most affordable rate anywhere! We get an 86% discount with our shipping companies, which we pass on directly to you. For this purpose, 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. In other words, none of our raw wood carving material We not only take steps to protect the environment when building our products but also 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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