Maple Dining Table

Maple Dining Table

Sugar Maple Wood Sugar Maple Wood, also known as hard maple, is Vermont’s most abundant species and a mainstay of many of Vermont’s woodworkers. Maple heartwood is usually light reddish brown but sometimes considerably darker (dark maple is often mistaken for cherry wood). The sapwood is typically white with a slight reddish-brown tinge. Maple is heavy, strong, stiff, hard, and resistant to shock. It has a fine, uniform texture with generally straight grain, but variations such as birdseye, tiger, flame, curly, wavy, rippled or fiddleback grain occur and are often selected for specialty custom artisan furniture. Ambrosia Maple Wood Ambrosia maple wood gets it’s name from the ambrosia beetle. It comes from regular soft maple and hard maple trees that have been infested by the ambrosia beetle. The small beetle bores a network of tunnels and short galleries called cradles. A fungus is responsible for the blue, gray and brown streaks and decorative patch work that accompany each tunnel and adjacent wood. Another figured maple wood is spalted maple which has dark veins caused by a pattern of rot or bacteria in the wood. Spalted maple wood is very decorative as it often looks like a pen and ink drawing through the wood. Unless specified however, our furniture will be made with hard maple that has a generally straight grain, rather than with figured maple.

Maple Dining Table

Ambrosia Maple Wood Ambrosia maple wood gets it’s name from the ambrosia beetle. It comes from regular soft maple and hard maple trees that have been infested by the ambrosia beetle. The small beetle bores a network of tunnels and short galleries called cradles. A fungus is responsible for the blue, gray and brown streaks and decorative patch work that accompany each tunnel and adjacent wood. Another figured maple wood is spalted maple which has dark veins caused by a pattern of rot or bacteria in the wood. Spalted maple wood is very decorative as it often looks like a pen and ink drawing through the wood. Unless specified however, our furniture will be made with hard maple that has a generally straight grain, rather than with figured maple.
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Maple Dining Table

Ambrosia maple wood gets it’s name from the ambrosia beetle. It comes from regular soft maple and hard maple trees that have been infested by the ambrosia beetle. The small beetle bores a network of tunnels and short galleries called cradles. A fungus is responsible for the blue, gray and brown streaks and decorative patch work that accompany each tunnel and adjacent wood. Another figured maple wood is spalted maple which has dark veins caused by a pattern of rot or bacteria in the wood. Spalted maple wood is very decorative as it often looks like a pen and ink drawing through the wood. Unless specified however, our furniture will be made with hard maple that has a generally straight grain, rather than with figured maple.
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Maple Dining Table

Sugar Maple Wood Sugar Maple Wood, also known as hard maple, is Vermont’s most abundant species and a mainstay of many of Vermont’s woodworkers. Maple heartwood is usually light reddish brown but sometimes considerably darker (dark maple is often mistaken for cherry wood). The sapwood is typically white with a slight reddish-brown tinge. Maple is heavy, strong, stiff, hard, and resistant to shock. It has a fine, uniform texture with generally straight grain, but variations such as birdseye, tiger, flame, curly, wavy, rippled or fiddleback grain occur and are often selected for specialty custom artisan furniture.

Maple Dining Table

Sugar Maple Wood, also known as hard maple, is Vermont’s most abundant species and a mainstay of many of Vermont’s woodworkers. Maple heartwood is usually light reddish brown but sometimes considerably darker (dark maple is often mistaken for cherry wood). The sapwood is typically white with a slight reddish-brown tinge. Maple is heavy, strong, stiff, hard, and resistant to shock. It has a fine, uniform texture with generally straight grain, but variations such as birdseye, tiger, flame, curly, wavy, rippled or fiddleback grain occur and are often selected for specialty custom artisan furniture.
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Maple Dining Table

overview Handcrafted from salvaged spalted maple on a thin, recycled steel base. Each will feature intricate patterns, rivets, and grain variations – intriguing hallmarks of the wood’s storied life. Seats up to eight people. Exclusively at ABC. As seen in abcKitchen. details • 84″w x 37″d x 29.5″h, seats up to 8• salvaged spalted maple wood; recycled steel• Each item will feature unique variations• Made in USADelivery Information• For NYC Metro Region, please allow 1-2 weeks• For Regions Outside of NYC Metro, please allow 2-5 weeksOur online customer service team will be in touch with you to ensure a smooth shipping and white-glove delivery process. care Clean with a dry or slightly damp cloth
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Maple Dining Table

overview Handcrafted from salvaged spalted maple on a thin, recycled steel base. Each will feature intricate patterns, rivets, and grain variations – intriguing hallmarks of the wood’s storied life. Seats up to eight people. Exclusively at ABC. As seen in abcKitchen.

Maple Dining Table

Handcrafted from salvaged spalted maple on a thin, recycled steel base. Each will feature intricate patterns, rivets, and grain variations – intriguing hallmarks of the wood’s storied life. Seats up to eight people. Exclusively at ABC. As seen in abcKitchen.