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Solid American Black Walnut Board 2.4m x 600mm x 19mm A/B Grade

Solid American Black Walnut Board 2.4m x 600mm x 19mm A/B Grade
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Solid American Black Walnut Board 2.4m x 600mm x 19mm A/B GradeSolid American Black Walnut Board 2.4m x 600mm x 19mm A/B GradeSolid American Black Walnut Board 2.4m x 600mm x 19mm A/B Grade
Trade Price:  £282.00(Inc. 20% VAT)
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Availability:  

Stock availability TBC  


Finish:  Unfinished
Size:  2400mm x 600mm
Thickness:  19mm


Regarded as one of the most luxurious species of timber available, Walnut, with it's rich, warm colour and tones exudes quality. With black, brown and purple tones it has a natural warmth and richness to any project. Our range of solid Walnut boards have a multitude of uses. Whether it's simply shelving or something more complex such as cabinet making these boards are ideal for both DIY and professional projects. The boards are constructed with single pieces running the entire length of the board, known as 'full stave'.

Supplied unfinished for your choice of oiling, waxing, staining or varnishing they really are a highly versatile board.

Supplied in A/B grade meaning one top quality A grade face and a B grade reverse face.  

Board thickness is 19mm.

All boards are 2.4m long x 600mm wide.

Remember these boards can be cut to your specific requirements in our on site workshop on CNC controlled panel saws saving you time and achieving an excellent clean cut every time.

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Instructions: How to Provide Cutting Instructions for Sheet Material

We can cut this product for you in our in-house workshop. If you would like us to do this please follow these instructions to make sure we have all of the relevant information to enable us to cut it correctly.

We need two dimensions, in millimetres, to enable us to cut your chosen material.

If the product has a grain please list the dimension in the direction of the grain first.
E.g. if you're making a wardrobe door 1800mm x 500mm and you want the grain to run vertically (the 1800mm way) you would write it as above, 1800mm x 500mm.
If you are making a drawer front 150mm x 397mm and you want the grain to run vertically (the 150mm way) you would write it 150mm x 397mm.

In some cases a sheet can be cut in more than one way to achieve the sizes you want. If you have an intended use for your off cut please tell us so we can cut the sheet in the way that yields the size of cut you would like.

For orders with large numbers of cut pieces we use computer software to calculate the most economical way to cut the sheet. We will not accept responsibility if this method doesn't yield what you were hoping for from your sheet once it has been cut.

If you are unsure about any of your cutting please contact us before placing your order.