Round, White Oak, 2.75in

The white oak pieces are gritty looking and waiting for your Arthurian knight on his mount or your Questing Beast.  The round is approximately 2.75 inches around and a 1/4 inch thick (70mm round x 6mm).  If you look at the images, you can just make out a necklace pattern in the wood.

Round, Ornamental Cherry, 3.25in

A spectacular round from a group of ornamental cherry trees near my day job’s office.  This piece is sealed with teak oil and is covered in a couple varieties of lichen for great color.  A proper 3.25 inches around on one end, 3.5 inches by 3.25 inches oval on the other and 5/8 inches tall (98mm x 83mm x 16mm) this piece is calling for an epic forest mount or perhaps just a classic forest dragon.

Round, Lilac, 3in

This slice of a lilac bush has great character from years of growth.  The heartwood is contrasted nicely with the light sapwood.  A darker tree ring encircles the heartwood.  Find a nice majestic dragon to grace this gorgeous piece of wood.  The round is 3 inches by 2.75 inches around and 0.3125 inches thick (76mm x 70mm x 8mm).

Round, Bur Oak, 2in

The bark of the bur oak round is thick and provides an excellent natural outer ring to this piece.  Imagine your ogre or hellacious demon standing proudly atop.  The piece is roughly 2 inches around and a quarter inch thick (51mm x 51mm x 6mm).  The outer bark is over a quarter inch thick in places.

Round, Cottonwood 2.25-2.5in

These round cottonwood pieces are hard to get solid pieces with the bark intact.  These survived cutting, sanding and finishing.  The shapes of the bark on the cottonwood are awesome.  At nearly twice the thickness of our other rounds, the weight of the cottonwood is the same giving it bulk but not the weight.  The rounds are 2.25-2.5 inches around and half an inch high (57mm round x 12mm).

Round, Honey Locust

Honey Locust, like the Black Locust has very distinct tree rings and a decent different between the heartwood and the sapwood.  The smooth wood tone of the sapwood contrasting against the golden heartwood makes for an exemplary base for your ogre, treant, troll or other giant-sized minion.  The pieces are roughly 1.75 inches around and 3/8 of an inch thick (44mm x 44mm x 10mm).

Round, Persimmon

This fruit tree is a nice, dense wood that was the “wood” in golf clubs.  The pith flecks make it quite striking and perfect for an old floor for a wizened wizard’s lab or the ancient bottom of a hollow tree lair for a druid.  The piece is nearly 3 inches around and just shy of a half-inch thick (71mm x 71mm x 13mm).

Round, Spalted, Box Elder

This spalted crosscut of box elder looks like a golden planet.  It would look great with a cool spaceship hovering over it.  The piece is cut from a larger board and rounded to about 2.75 inches around and is 3/8 inch thick (70mm x 10mm).

Round, Cork, 2in

Punched cork rounds that are 2 inches around and just shy of a quarter inch tall (51mm round and 5mm tall).   Add them to the bottom of your miniatures to protect your table or rough them up to simulate stone, brick road, or just use it for filler.  Use your imagination.

Round, Cork, 2in (5-pack)

Punched cork rounds that are 2 inches around and just shy of a quarter inch tall (51mm round and 5mm tall).   Add them to the bottom of your miniatures to protect your table or rough them up to simulate stone, brick road, or just use it for filler.  Use your imagination.