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Old 01-27-2017, 12:03 PM
Liljeström Liljeström is offline
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Originally Posted by rogthefrog View Post
That angled binding is super cool.

I am not familiar with that kind of birch. Is it a species, or some kind of nature-driven process that happens to regular ol' birch (bugs, fungus, twisting, etc)?

Masur birch is not a different species but grain figuring in the wood. We happen to have lots of nice masur birch here in Finland. And what is really special about these trees that fell down over a big storm is that there is flame and quilt in addition to figuring.

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