Rick Griggs - Oregon Black Walnut End Table
This Oregon Black Walnut end table is 24” in length, 25” in width and 24” in height. Oregon Black Walnut is also known as Claro Walnut and Western Walnut. The trees were first planted by settlers in Oregon during the 1800s creating orchards, a source for food. Over the past two hundred years they have cross-pollinated. Now walnut from Oregon even though it is labeled as Oregon Black Walnut is typically a hybrid. This end table has heavy patterns of claro walnut with unique patterns and spalting that reflects a marbled presentation with swirling brown and black streaks. The Oregon Black Walnut is from an area south of Portland. The finish contains four coats of hand-rubbed Tung oil; sanded after each coat. Tung oil brings out the unique characteristics of the wood.
This item includes free shipping to the mainland US (48 states).