WORLD’S LARGEST BLACK WALNUT SLABS

Sometimes the cycle of life is writ so large it makes your eyes pop… High in the Pacific Northwest a mammoth tree went into decline. Having lived at the confluence of two rivers, it grew to astounding proportions. The takedown history, and the resulting slabs, are also of astounding proportions. Each slab measuring 8′ WIDE by 10′ long, a book-matched pair will give you a 20′ long table fit for a palace, a government center, or a conference room without equal on the planet.

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  1. gustavo
    Posted February 14, 2010 at 9:59 PM | Permalink

    its a nice one !!!
    in brazil we have some big one, but is very hard to find, at least the dead ones.

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