A log with history in it
We first came across this log when one of our suppliers said they were going to cut a log as a prestige piece for the entrance atrium at one of their large customers. Mention something unusual like this to Chris and of course his eyes light up. No log this large would have entered the country in a long time so it would certainly stand out, but only if we found the right home for it. Here’s how it was produced….
Nearly 8′ diameter and 2′ thick
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