Sliding Doors from Bog Oak, 600-6500 Years Old

  • Offer
    18053547
  • Date
    2022-02-16
  • Valid until:
    Permanent

Product

Type Doors
Core material Solid wood
Solid wood type European Hardwood
Species Bog Oak

Specifications

Volume 100 piece per month Convert
Certification The certificate specifies the age of the wood
Description
Sliding doors made of bog oak 600-6500 years old.
This wood extracted. It characterized by a hardness, a unique color. Wood took on unique characteristics as a result of multi-thousandth of aging under water. Bog Oak we have in stock is 600 – 6500 years old. In order to examine the age of the wood, we send samples of it to the National Institute of Science which examines them by the method radiocarbon C14 or dendrochronological. The first determines the age of the wood with the accuracy of 50 years, the second up to one a year. We offer logs, lumber, slabs, boards, veneer, furniture, walls and floors.
#mooreiche, sorta, lumber, black oak

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