Whenever possible, planks are grouped by the log from which they were sawn and listed in the order in which they were sawn, making it possible to series-match narrow planks for tabletops. Planks at the beginning and end of a series exhibit plainsawn grain patterns. Planks toward the middle of the series exhibit rift- or quartersawn grain. All planks are cut with a chain-saw mill and air-dried.
Note: Dimensions listed as Thickness x Length x Width. For planks of relatively uniform width, a single dimension is listed; for others, widths at the bottom and top (as pictured) are listed.