The world’s oldest workable timber

Posted By on September 1, 2009

As its my first post and for readers it will be my oldest post , I start whit introducing the world’s oldest workable wood , its called Ancient Kauri.

Every tree grew for at least 1,200 years and after that preserved underground for 50,000 years .

All about Ancient Kauri wood , where its found , where You can buy it and etc.  can be found on their web page : Ancientwood, LTD.

And now some pictures , what the Ancient Kauri wood looks like .

Ancient Kauri slab

Ancient Kauri slab

and 40 foot long table from it

40 foot long table

40 foot long table

Ancient Kauri couches

Kauri-Couch

Kauri-Couch

Ancient Kauri couch

Ancient Kauri couch

Ancient kauri table made by Carrie Minikel

Ancient Kauri table

Ancient Kauri table

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3 Responses to “The world’s oldest workable timber”

  1. Randall says:

    Simply Fantastic!

    RW

  2. Hesenfodo says:

    I enjoyed reading your blog. Keep it that way.

  3. Brad McGill says:

    Wow! I can’t words to describe this Kauri tree, It is unbelievable.

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