Dovetailed Ash box with Burr Elm front, approximately 12"high x 6"wide.
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This unique 'slice' of Burr Elm provided the ideal front for this media cabinet with Ebony door pulls.
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Canker is a type of fungal disease which creates the distinctive markings you can see. Once the wood has been cut and treated any disease is killed off leaving behind these interesting patterns.
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'Tiger Oak', is the term given to the patterns created by the staining caused by Beefsteak fungus.
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Spalting occurs when certain fungi grow on dead or fallen trees. Once treated the spores become inactive leaving behind an attractive pattern.
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The light area of grain on this piece has been caused by water ingress due to a lightening strike.
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This cabinet was the result of a challenge to produce a cabinet purely using wood fixtures and fittings.
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