Red Oak Hexagons are 3 inches by 2.75 inches and 0.375 inches high (76mm x 70mm x 10mm). They are all cut so the branch center is in the middle.
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).
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).