Hamsley Hardwood Gallery

In terms of outward appearance, Hackberry bears a close resemblance to ash; anatomically, however, it’s closest to elm (Ulmus spp.), with the pores arranged in wavy tangential bands (ulmiform arrangement), which is characteristic of the elms. Hackberry is reputed to among the very best woods for steam bending among hardwoods native to the United States and Canada.
Hackberry in a Cutting Board
Hackberry in a Cutting Board3204 viewsHere is a Cutting Board Featuring Hackberry
in the Middle Made by Phil Smith of Perry, GA
Hackberry Lumber
Hackberry Lumber3258 viewsKiln Dried 4/4 - $4.00 to $6.00
Kiln Dried 6/4 Very Rustic Quartersawn - $7.50 per BF
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