Masur birch lumber for making a kuksa. Size: 90x105x240mm

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Perfect material for making traditional wooden cup called kuksa. Wood is kiln dried and free of cracks. All sides of the block are presented on listing pictures.

Dimensions:

  • Metric: 90 x 105 x 240mm
  • Imperial: 3.5 x 4.1 x 9.4 inches

Availability: In stock

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Karelian Masur Birch, also known as Curly Birch wood. An exotic hardwood lumber, ideal for crafting larger items. This  wood is perfect for creating several valuable items. Perfect material for making traditional wooden kuksa cups,  jewelry boxes, or for cutting into smaller pieces for stabilization.

This block is well-patterned with almost no imperfections. Wood is  kiln-dried and crack-free. To enhance visibility of the intricate patterns typical of Karelian Masur Birch, the wood in the photographs is slightly moistened, showcasing the potential beauty once finished. However, rest assured, the wood is shipped dry.

This rare species, found only in the northern part of Europe, features a unique pattern reminiscent of Bird’s Eye Maple but varies significantly, displaying curls, waves, and dark lines on a luminous 3D surface.

Dimensions:

  • Metric: 90 x 105 x 240mm
  • Imperial: 3.5 x 4.1 x 9.4 inches

Karelian Masur Birch is not just wood; it’s a slice of Northern European heritage, offering both beauty and versatility for your woodworking projects.

 

Weight 2000 g
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