Camphor burl live edge slabs come from a tree that is native to southeast Asia. These trees usually reach heights of 70-100 feet, with trunk diameters generally between 2-4 feet. Camphor burl colors range widely from a light tan to a very attractive dark brown, with darker streaks. Greens, reds and golds are also common. Camphor burls are considered highly decorative.
Grain can vary; generally medium textured. Interlocked grain can sometimes cause tear-out problems, but usually this is not an issue. Camphor burl slabs have a very strong aroma, as well as a high natural luster.
This Camphor burl live edge slab is currently our widest and thickest of this species, measuring 4.59′ long x 72.05″ wide x 2.76″ deep.