Added April 28, 2020.

Two wide chestnut boards that measure 1.5” thick x 18”+ wide and just over 7’ in length.  They will make a tabletop that is 36” wide x 7’ long.  Bread board ends could be added to lengthen the tabletop to 7’ 6”.  These two boards are ‘sister’ boards from the same tree and almost flat.  Each board tapers slightly and should trimmed to follow the taper.  I can do that on my end if needed.  The boards are solid (no cracks) and have just a few knots.  The image showing the wood under the surface is from another board, but these will look similar.  Because these were wall boards dividing a room, they have plaster and lathe ‘ghosts’ that penetrate the surface and will show up on the finished boards as lighter and darker zebra striping, especially when oiled.  You can order many different styles of custom bases from for about $500.

Cost:  Boards ‘as is’, $450, was $750 for the pair.

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