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        Artisan Wood Barn

All our planked timber is milled and dried by ourselves and comes from trees that have been damaged in storms or have been felled for conservation or safety reasons, none of them had been grown for commercial use.

At present we can only offer air dried timber for sale but hopefully in the next few months our new kiln will be up and running and we'll be able to offer kiln dried timber as well.

With the exception of the London Plane, Walnut and Wych Elm all our timber has been sourced from trees grown within Sherwood Forest and The Dukeries.

We know the history of all our timber; where it was grown, when it fell, how old it was when it fell and in the case of some of the Sweet Chestnut who planted it and why!

Current stock:

Prices updated February 2018

Timber                      Dried             
Ash - white
Air£35 - £50
Ash - olive
Air£40 - £60
CherryAir£55 - £65
C/BeechAir£40 - £55
ElmAir£55 - £65
Air£45 - £60
London PlaneAir£60 - £75
London Plane Q/SAir£65 - £80
Oak - English Air£40 - £55
S/ChestnutAir£35 - £50
SycamoreAir£30 - £50
Air£65 - £85
Wych ElmAir£55 - £75
Air£55 - £70

We only stock rough sawn boards. 
Timber sizes quoted are approximate and subject to availability.

Prices are regularly updated and may change at any time, certain wide boards will be subject to a premium being added but our prices are a guide only and discounts may be given for larger orders.

We price our timber per cubic foot (cu/ft).
1 cu/ft is equivalent to 2 boards @ 9" (225mm) wide x 1" (25mm) thick x 96" (2.4m) long

Drying terms:
 Air: timber that's been allowed to dry naturally for 2 - 7yrs.

Green: timber freshly milled in the last few 18 months.

N.B. Viewing of timber is strictly by appointment only

For images of the timber and their uses click here

Timber arriving soon:

We've managed to acquire some lovely trees for milling in the next few months:
A Walnut tree that fell during high winds and rain in late January, an English Elm grown in Sherwood Forest, felled to make way for the new visitors centre and a quantity of English Oks felled at a local golf course as part of a 10yr heathland regenerate project.

Fallen Walnut tree with attached root plateFallen Walnut tree

Felled English Elm tree being cut into sections for millingFelled English Elm

Felled English Oak trees awaiting millingEnglish Oak trees

Suppliers of specialist timber to The London Transport Museum and BAA Limited

Arm detail of patrick turk's signature piece - settle 

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