Dating hand hewn beams
If it isn't in our inventory, we can locate the ideal antique building for your dream plans.
However, we have more, very similar beams in raw format from this exact barn that can be finished up to meet your needs. This oak beam is a good, clean, 4-side hand hewn piece. While we normally don’t stain our work, the finish on this piece is of sorts. Imagine, all of those chop marks from an original American settler swinging an ax. There are a couple of bolts holes on the face as a testament to its original life. The original beam came from an old barn in Southwest Wisconsin.
Washed weathered brown board is weathered gray siding washed to reveal the aged patina just below the surface.
With this process we get a cleaned brown board with all the character of worn weathered siding.
It is interesting that they were doing “reclaimed” lumber back in the day.
They are advertising Fine Dry Lumber from a Navy Training Center in Farragut, Idaho.
Great for the projects you want that weathered character but need a cleaner material.2″ Pine threshing boards that have even more of a rustic appearance and wear due to being a softer wood.
Threshing boards were used on the barn floor between the barn door opening to support the weight and allow horses, wagons and tractors to pull in and thresh the hay.
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We have vintage chestnut, oak, pine and other lumber, barn siding, flooring, and hand-hewn beams.