Spalted Hackberry (Celtis occidentalis) Also known as Nettletree or Beaverwood. Native to North America. Spalted Hackberry happens when the Hackberry tree has been exposed to decay. The wood is stable and the decay stopped when it is kiln dried. The wood is sound and there are no soft spots. It is easy to work and very popular for steam bending. Color varies from a light yellowish gray to light brown. Keep in mind that these pieces will vary widely due to the spalting. Wood is a natural product, and pieces may have checks or other inconsistencies. These are not considered defects. Thickness +/-1/8”.
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Spalted Hackberry Thin Stock Lumber
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