Rare Petrified Wood Knot Board Of Radiant Natural Beauty
- Dimensions: 59 X 84 inches
- Age: 280 million years old
- Location of excavation: Arizona
- Strong visual presence, this petrified pine wood slab is an homage to both history and geology
- Sourced from Arizona, United States, it is an impressive 280 million years old
- A statement piece, 59” x 84”, this commanding specimen can be either wall mounted or converted into a grand table for you to admire
- With a harmonious blend of earthy reds, burnt toffee, rusty glows, rum, and splashes of golden honey it will complement your interior space
Brilliant, incredible, and totally unique, this rare petrified slab exudes excitement and sophistication.
With a strong visual presence, this extra-large specimen of pine wood will be your connection to the gateway of time: a preserved fossil, capturing life from 280 millions of years ago in this one piece for you to admire.
Boosting a beautiful center-piece knot, this Arizonian specimen is an homage to both history and geology. A powerful specimen with both macro and micro details, the river of colors to explore is endless. Examine the fine intricacies of this masterpiece as the entanglement of colors unravels elegantly across the slab. A harmonious blend of earthy reds, burnt toffee, rusty glows, rum, and splashes of golden honey will complement your interior space.
At an impressive 51”X 89” and 2.5” thick, you will be proud to hang this rare slab on your wall. Watch your guests admire it as it inspires conversations surrounding the preservation of time and history. The petrified wood specimen could be also converted into a dining or conference table. It would be an outstanding, exceptional natural piece of furniture that cannot be found anywhere else. Let this completely unique item become part of your history, as your important life events are planned and created across the table.
Prized by collectors for its quality and rarity, our petrified wood has been displayed in prestigious museums and universities, including the Smithsonian Institution (Washington D.C.), the American Museum of Natural History (New York City), the Guanghuan Liu Museum (China), the Royal Museum (Toronto), the Houston Museum (Texas), and Yale University (Connecticut).
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