|Origin||Northeastern North America|
700 to 950 lbf (4,230 N)
Includes (1) 2x2x7 turning blank. Great for various wood projects like tool handles, kitchen utensils, veneers, spindle turning projects, cutting boards, and much more!
Color/Appearance: Called curly maple because the ripples in the grain pattern create a three dimensional effect that appears as if the grain has “curled” along the length of the board. It’s also referred to as fiddleback maple, in reference to its historic use for the backs and sides of violins. Curly maple figuring is similar to quilted maple, but curl is a primarily horizontal pattern perpendicular to the wood grain.
Grain/Texture: Grain is generally straight, but may be wavy. Has a fine, even texture.
*Source: The Wood Database
S4S: Surfaced on 4 sides
*Standard Length Tolerance = +/- 1/8"