Antique Honduras Mahogany Flooring Craft Pieces (4ft)
Salvaged from a 1908 built White & Henry building which stood on the Corner of 4th & Stuart until 1974 when it was demolished for the construction of the Rainier Square building. The flooring was pulled by an owner of a neighboring building and put into dry storage for the past 49 years. These are the sections that had damage that made them not suitable as flooring. Perfect for re-milling into frame stock or knife scales. Honduras Mahogany is very difficult to source due to the export restrictions placed on it. This material has extremely tight grain.
Rack: FLOOR RACK A
Quantity: 311 ea.
Thickness: .75 in.
Width: 2.25 in.
Length: 48 in.
Time in Stock: More than 1 month