Purple Heart Live Edge Slab - P82329

1" x 21-23" x 75"

Purple Heart Live Edge Slab - P82329

$480.00

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Hand-Selected Double Live Edge Purple Heart Slab

Full of rich deep purple heartwood and curly sections matched with dual live edges, this purple heart slab is unlike anything most woodworkers have ever seen. This slab has a great wide width and nearly no imperfections making this piece easy to design with. We recommend using a dewaxed shellac finish instead of oil, and be sure to allow a day or two after sanding for UV light to expose the iconic purple color. Check out this link for some inspiration on a project you can start working on. You're ordering the exact piece in the pictures, with free shipping right to your door.

1" thick
21-23" wide
75" long

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