Norfolk Island Pine Hollow Form
Norfolk Island pine is an evergreen coniferous species of tree which will grow to a mature height of 150 to 200 feet, with straight vertical trunks and symmetrical branches.
The tree is endemic to Norfolk Island, a small island in the Pacific Ocean between Australia, New Zealand and New Caledonia.
Norfolk Island pine turning wood has a characteristic pine color even though it is not a member of the pine family. Where the branches grow, it produces a deep, reddish-brown hue, which gives an appearance of an inlaid contrasting wood. These Norfolk Island pine woodturning blanks contain atleast 4 knots/branches, most have 5 to 7. Some blanks may have tiny holes from the powder post beetle. When turned, these woodturning blanks make a unique finished piece that are a very popular seller. Commonly used in bowl turning; Norfolk Island pine bowls can take on a brilliant translucence that is difficult to achieve with other turning woods. The amount of spalting will vary with each blank.
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