Burls

The marbling pattern found in some wood pieces comes from the burl which can be a “cancer” of the tree, an injury or results of parasite growths like fungus and such. The exterior of burls have lumps and crannies and when finished can be a very interesting display base.

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    Burl, Norway Spruce

    $6.45

    This Norway spruce is sprinkled with burls.  At 2.75 inches by 2.25 inches and a quarter-inch thick (70mm x 57mm x 6mm) this piece is perfect for a large humanoid, like a minotaur or gnoll.


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    Burl, Norway Spruce, “Shock Face”

    $9.65

    This lightly burled slice of Norway spruce amusingly has a shocked or scared face.  The cavalry shaped piece is quite large measuring 4 inches long and 2.25 inches wide and 1/4 inch thick (102mm x 57mm x 6mm).  The big boy is looking for a monstrous dire bear or a war elephant.


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    Burl, Oddity, Red Maple

    $5.65 $4.65

    This kidney shaped piece has a wavy, water-like surface and would be perfect for a lizardman, a hippocampus or some other aquatic creature.  This classic stand shape is 3 inches long, 2.4 inches wide and 3/4 inches tall (76mm x 61mm x 19mm).


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    Burl, Red Maple

    $6.65 $5.65

    This round was cut from a Red Maple burl and the surface resembles rough waters.  A little creative painting would complete the look of water for an amphibian or sea hag.  The piece is slightly  oval at 3 inches by 2.625 inches and 3/4 inches tall (76mm x 67mm x 19mm).