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Natural-Edge Slab Lumber

We stock an assortment of large Natural-Edge Slabs made from urban salvaged trees. These unique and massive boards come from trees slated for removal for a variety of reasons, and are not cut solely for their timber value. Instead of letting this local resource go to waste, we salvage these logs and have them milled to produce lumber products you can’t find at the store.

Our live-edge slabs are perfect for Nakashima-style tables, desktops, bar tops and other woodworking projects that benefit from large, figured and unique lumber.

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Natural Edge Walnut Slab
Natural Edge Walnut Slab
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Large Live Edge Walnut
Large Live Edge Walnut
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Live Edge Walnut Slab
Live Edge Walnut Slab
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Live Edge Walnut Slab!
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Large Natural Edge Spruce Slab
Large Natural Edge Spruce Slab
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Natural Edge Walnut Slab!
Natural Edge Walnut Slab!
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$1258 each
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Natural Edge Walnut Slab
Natural Edge Walnut Slab
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$321.00 each
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$750.00 each
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$313.00 each
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$350.00 each
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$325.00 each
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$900.00 each
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$112.00 each
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We couldn't have been happier with the work your crew did taking down the Silver Maple. I know our yard has tricky access problems, though you wouldn't have known it from the condition of the yard when I got home! The only change was that the dead tree was gone. Otherwise it was hard to tell anyone had even been there! I appreciate your professional approach and will certainly call you again should we need any tree-work in the future!

—Veronica R., Ann Arbor