LiveEdge English Walnut


Species: English Walnut

Length: 71"
Width (Bottom): 14"
Width (Middle): 12"
Width (Top): 17"
Thickness: 2"
Board Foot: 14.13 BDFT
Weight Estimate: 59 Pounds

Origin: Battleground, Washington

Shipping Information:

-Slab Ships From: Battle Ground, Washington
-All slabs are subject to freighted shipping. Once purchased, we will contact you via email or phone to coordinate and secure the best negotiated shipping rate for your location. Shipping costs are based on your zip code, residential/commercial address classification, and whether a liftgate/forklift is required.
If you can't find a slab that perfectly fits your needs among our listed options, feel free to reach out to us directly. We can check our inventory for additional slabs that may suit your preferences.

Contact Information:

-Phone: 360.601.8388

Transform your vision into reality with our remarkable Live Edge slabs. Embrace the artistry of nature in your next woodworking project and create a unique masterpiece for your home.

Crafted with precision and attention to detail, this kiln-dried slab is project-ready, ensuring minimal wood movement and cracking. Our state-of-the-art iDry vacuum kiln removes moisture, guaranteeing its suitability for your project right away.

Please note that as each tree is unique, no two slabs are alike. This individuality guarantees that your furniture piece, whether it's a table, shelf, or any other creation, will be truly one-of-a-kind.

At Hamilton Lee Supply, we are committed to preserving and reusing stunning wood materials. Our focus on sustainability means that every slab tells a story and contributes to a greener future.

Common Names: English Walnut, Circassian Walnut, European Walnut, French Walnut, Common Walnut
Scientific Name: Juglans regia
Distribution: Native to Eastern Europe and western Asia
Tree Size: Typically grows to heights of 80115 feet (2435 meters) with trunk diameters of 56 feet (1.52.0 meters)
Average Dried Weight: Approximately 40 pounds per cubic foot (640 kilograms per cubic meter)
Specific Gravity (Basic, 12% Moisture Content): Ranges from .52 to .64
Janka Hardness: Measures 1,220 pounds of force (5,410 Newtons)
Modulus of Rupture: Exhibits 16,160 pounds per square inch (111.5 Megapascals)
Elastic Modulus: Approximately 1,568,000 pounds per square inch (10.81 Gigapascals)
Crushing Strength: Stands at 7,280 pounds per square inch (50.2 Megapascals)
Shrinkage: Radial: 5.5%, Tangential: 7.5%, Volumetric: 13.0%, T/R Ratio: 1.4
Color/Appearance: Heartwood can vary from lighter pale brown to dark chocolate brown with darker brown streaks. Occasionally exhibits gray, purple, or reddish tones. Sapwood is nearly white. European Walnut can also feature figured grain patterns like curly, crotch, and burl.
Grain/Texture: Grain is usually straight but can be irregular. Possesses a medium texture and moderate natural luster.
Endgrain: Semiringporous to diffuse porous; large earlywood pores transitioning to medium latewood pores, few; solitary and radial multiples of 23; occasional to abundant tyloses; distinct growth rings; medium rays barely visible without a lens, spaced normally; diffuseinaggregates and banded (marginal) parenchyma.
Rot Resistance: English Walnut is rated as moderately durable in terms of decay resistance, though it is susceptible to insect attack.
Workability: Generally easy to work with, especially when the grain is straight and regular. Planer tearout may occur with irregular or figured grain. Accepts glues, stains, and finishes well, although it is infrequently stained.
Odor: English Walnut has a faint, mild odor when being worked.
Allergies/Toxicity: While severe reactions are uncommon, European Walnut has been known to cause sensitization, resulting in eye and skin irritation in some individuals. Refer to Wood Allergies and Toxicity and Wood Dust Safety articles for more information.
Pricing/Availability: English Walnut is likely to be rather expensive and is sometimes only seen in veneer form.
Sustainability: This wood species is not listed in the CITES Appendices but is reported by the IUCN as being near threatened. Nearly all available lumber comes from cultivated trees.
Common Uses: Highly prized for furniture, cabinetry, gunstocks, interior paneling, veneer, turned items, and various small wooden objects and novelties.

Related Species:
Bastogne Walnut (Juglans x paradox)
Black Walnut (Juglans nigra)
Butternut (Juglans cinerea)
Claro Walnut (Juglans hindsii)
Peruvian Walnut (Juglans spp.)