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Location: Bloomville, United States
These beams are solid poplar wood. Keep in mind that once we cut the ends, you will see a cleaner edge of the poplar wood. This beam has lots of primitive ... morecharacter.
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Location: Georgetown, United States
ANTIQUE. RECLAIMED Hand Hewn and Sawn Barn Beams This listing is for one board foot. If you are just looking for a sample for a larger project. Please ... morecontact us directly and we will gladly send you one free of charge. We offer hand hewn and sawn barn beams in a variety of species and sizes. We can provide quantities from a single mantle piece to a timber framed addition. Hewn barn beams are beams that are cut with an axe and date to the 1800′s or earlier. Sawn beams have a smoother finish. There are several types of saw marks ranging from vertical. Mill or circular sawn. Barn beams come from the framing and floor system of a barn. The floor system in a barn is made from what are called“sleepers” Whether for architectural. Structural or aesthetic purposes, they offer an unmatched look to any historic or sustainable restorations. Specifications Species: Variable Width: Variable Length: Variable Thickness: Variable Please Note: Pictures are representations of raw material through finished product. Price reflects raw material price. However. We offer a full range of services from raw material to ready to install. We also sell flooring, beams, antique structures(log cabins and timber framed barns) and architectural pieces. Please visit to see more of our products and finished projects. Please feel free to contact us with details of your project so we can work with you on your project. Please feel free to call us at 267-404-2214. Powered by The free listing tool. List your items fast and easy and manage your active items.
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Location: Escanaba, United States
1880's -1900's HAND HEWN BEAMS & MANTLES. There are a lot of BEAUTIFUL Hand Hewn Beams. Back in the day they used wooden pegs to build barns and some ... moreof this lumber as them still in beams. I also have some really nice beefy Mantles that wood look so nice above a fireplace. $4 bdft
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Location: Ephrata, United States
Beautiful hand hewn and sawn beams saved from old barns. White and Red Oak, Hemlock, Hickory, Chestnut. Different brown tones.Perfect for mantles.Lengths ... morerange from 6-8' long.Thickness ranges.Price for one piece 225.00.Picture of customer projects and material.
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*Must See* Unique Hand Hewn Thick Black Walnut Barn Beam 13+ BF 130637
VERY Unique item! This item was hand hewn. It's an antique barn beam. To make it even more special it is bookmatched with listing"130638" If you want both of them for the bookmatch then you are free to bid separately and hopefully get both. BUT they can not be shipped together because they are over the weight for UPS. They have aged and have a couple knots. Very great piece! Over 13 BF! Approximate Measurements(in inches) 52 1/4 x 10 1/2 x 3.60. Approximate Total Weight: 31.0 lbs To view a close up of our pictures directly from our website RIGHT CLICK on the picture then click VIEW IMAGE. Lumber came from timber salvage. This lumber was air dried then slowly dried in a dehumidified pole barn to 6-8% moisture. We do offer combined shipping on auctions that have ended within 14 days of each other. We can hold lumber up to two ... moreweeks. The weight given in the description is the approximate weight of the lumber only. An additional one(1) pound is added to the shipping weight provided in the listing to account for the weight of the packaging. Sorry No International Shipping. As long as the lumber fits well together. Is not overweight and can be shipped safely without damage we are happy to combine. SAVE MONEY ON SHIPPING! We welcome pickups at no charge. We are conveniently located in eastern Iowa between the Quad-Cities and Dubuque. Just call 563-652-9688 or e-mail us to arrange a time and date for pickup. While you are here we can show you what we have on hand or you may make a special request. We are always happy to help. Check out our EBAY STORE for other unique items and specialty lumber. If you are looking for something special feel free to e-mail us a request and we will see what we can do for you. TREEFARMPRODUCTS.COM CUSTOMER SATISFACTION POLICY We make it our policy to describe our wood as accurately as possible to the smallest detail. Between several photos and our description. Our customers know exactly what they are buying. For more information about TreeFarmProducts go to treefarmproducts.com
Hand Hewn Beam from house built in early 1800's- fireplace mantle, historic
5.5" x 7" x 8'6" are approximate. Hand hewn beam from house built in early 1800's Wayne. NJ. Would make great fireplace mantle, put on scale and is almost 100 pounds of history. Please ask any question. PICK UP or local delivery available@ $1.00 a mile near 07470. can bring into city for added gas/toll cost based on location)
RECLAIMED 100+ YR. OAK BEAM-MANTEL-SHELF-BENCH HAND HEWN 3 FT.
RECLAIMED OAK BEAM AROUND 3 FT.LONG 7 1/2 X 4 IN.WEIGHS 25 LBS.CAME OUT OF 1880-S BUILT HOUSE TIGHT GRAIN AROUND 25 YRS.PER INCH SO THIS TREE STARTED GROWING AT LEAST 230 YRS.AGO HAND HEWN WAS USED FOR FRAME HAS MORTISE JOINT POWER WASHED AND FEW COATS OF POLYURETHANE WOOD MAKE AWESOME MANTEL-SHELF-BENCH
VINTAGE HAND HEWN BARN BEAM SHELF BENCH
This is a short piece of hand hewn barn beam from an old barn I tore down.Not sure what kind of wood it is but it is not oak.Has a lot of character. It is about 6" x 6" square and about 26" long if you were to square the ends up(they are not cut square)
RECLAIMED ANTIQUE-PRIMITIVE POPLAR BEAM TABLE-BENCH HAND HEWN VERY NICE 3 FT.
HOME MADE POPLAR BEAM-TABLE-BENCH HAS OLD AXE HANDLES FOR LEGS VERY NICE AND UNIQUE COULD BE USED OUTSIDE OR IN 3 FT.LONG 25 IN.TALL WEIGHS AROUND 25 LBS.CACULATE SHIPPING OR PICKUP-DELIVERY LEGS COME OFF FOR BETTER SHIPPING
Vintage Salvaged Re-Claimed Hand Hewn Barn Beam - Michigan - NO RESERVE!!
This is an old vintage hand hewn barn beam that came from an old barn in West Branch. Michigan. The barn was constructed during the end the late 1890's. This was my fireplace mantel in my old house and I no longer have a need for it. It measures a little over 11 1/2 feet long. As can be seen from the photos, some areas are square and some areas a live edge. It does have an old coat of varnish applied over 30 years ago. There is a section with some dry rot that can be seen in one of the pictures. This is LOCAL PICK-UP only and no shipping. Email with questions. I will contact the high bidder after the auction with my phone number to arrange pick-up. Thanks! RcmdId ViewItemDescV4,RlogId p4%60bo7%60jtb9%3Fvo%7B%3Dd70f%2Bf%60%60%3E-146fa049f03-0x10b-
WALNUT HAND-HEWN BEAM Reclaimed Primitive Antique Rustic Barn Fireplace Mantle
Primitive WALNUT Hand-hewn Kiln Dried Beam Located in Munfordville Kentucky 270-473-0057 Own a piece of history. Look no further for an amazing primitive WALNUT beam. Reclaimed from an old Kentucky barn. The beam is hand-hewn on all four sides from virgin walnut timber. Hand-hewn timber is a wooden marvel: the product of intensive labor and old-fashioned craftsmanship. Hand-hewn beams are a prized commodity among those who favor antique building materials. And the carpentry techniques used to create them are still in use among traditional builders today. What is a hand-hewn timber? It’s any long piece of building material that has been transformed from round log to square timber using only hand-held tools. These timbers can then be sawed to different lengths and used as beams. Joists, trusses, posts or fireplace mantles. According to a Penn ... moreState University study on historic building techniques. In the American colonial period, most buildings were created with timber frames. Giant solid beams called“girts” were connected with mortise-and-tenon joints. Nails were a rare and expensive commodity, so they were held together with wooden pegs. This very rare walnut beauty demonstrates old-time hand hewed craftsmanship with mortise-and-tenon joints and wooden pegs. Just one look at this amazing beam and you can almost feel the history it elucidates. Beams of this size are quickly becoming a rare find. The Amish have kiln dried this beam down to 6-8% moisture content. This process eliminates most moisture and insects. And prevents shrinkage after installation. This beautiful reclaimed antique beam will have some old worm holes. Surface cracks, nail holes and knot holes that give the wood that old patina appearance but that does not take away the durability and beauty. In fact. It adds to the natural beauty of the wood. Also. If you prefer to build with eco-friendly materials, this beautiful reclaimed walnut beam is just another way of making use of old building materials verses cutting down more of our forests. This b
38 FEET LONG Hand Hewn POPLAR SWING BEAM Reclaimed Primitive Antique Rustic
Primitive POPLAR Hand-hewn Swing Beam Located in Munfordville Kentucky 270-473-0057 Own a piece of history. Look no further for an amazing primitive POPLAR beam. Reclaimed from an old Kentucky barn. The beam is hand-hewn on all four sides from virgin Poplar timber. Hand-hewn timber is a wooden marvel: the product of intensive labor and old-fashioned craftsmanship. Hand-hewn beams are a prized commodity among those who favor antique building materials. And the carpentry techniques used to create them are still in use among traditional builders today. What is a hand hewn timber? It’s any long piece of building material that has been transformed from round log to square timber using only hand-held tools. These timbers can then be sawed to different lengths and used as beams. Joists, trusses, posts or fireplace mantles. According to a Penn State ... moreUniversity study on historic building techniques. In the American colonial period, most buildings were created with timber frames. Giant solid beams called“girts” were connected with mortise-and-tenon joints. Nails were a rare and expensive commodity, so they were held together with wooden pegs. This is an extremely rare Poplar swing beam; it is a tapered beam from large virgin Poplar. Approximate measurements are: 10” wide full beam. 13.5” high at both ends. The center rises 19 ¾” This amazing swing beam is flat on the bottom and on the top side of the beam. And is wider in the middle of the beam for added building strength. This beam is 38 foot long! Its beauty demonstrates old-time hand hewed craftsmanship with mortise joints and peg holes. A beam of this size and design is a rare find. Just one look at this amazing beam and you can almost feel the history it reveals. This one-of-a-kind reclaimed antique beam will have some old worm holes. Surface cracks, nail holes and knot holes that give the wood that old patina appearance but that does not take away the durability and beauty. In fact. It adds to the natural beauty of the wood. Also. If you prefer to build with eco
11 Foot Hand Hewn Beam Barn Built Late 1800's- fireplace mantle, with columns
OK so Was Asked to List this Huge Beam because Some One Wanted a 10 footer with Support Columns Main Beam is 8-1/2" to 9-1/2" square hard to get good measurement as it is Hand Hewn As for Length I Cut bottom back to Good wood and left top(see pics) Now at 11-Foot The Log Like Pieces were Cross Supports for Siding 7"9" dia Flat on One Side with Square Nails and a couple of Other Flats for Center Supports Now I pulled This From Barn Down Road so Have More.
OLD HAND HEWN BARN BEAMS Reclaimed Sawed Sawn Wood Shelf Fireplace Mantle Beam
Kentucky Kreations Munfordville. KY(270) 473-0057 Old Reclaimed Hand Hewn Barn Beams All beams are sold by the board foot. Auction bidding will be per board foot. Own a piece of history. Look no further for old barn beams. Reclaimed from an old Kentucky tobacco barns and outbuildings. The beams are hand hewn on all four sides of the beam. Hand hewn timber is a wooden marvel; the product of intensive labor and old-fashioned craftsmanship. Hand hewn beams are a prized commodity among those who favor antique building materials. And the carpentry techniques used to create them are still in use among traditional builders today. What is a hand hewn timber? It’s any long piece of building material that has been transformed from round log to square timber using only hand-held tools. These timbers can then be sawed to different lengths and used as ... morebeams. Joists, trusses, posts or fireplace mantles. According to a Penn State University study on historic building techniques. In the American colonial period, most buildings were created with timber frames. Giant solid beams called“girts” were connected with mortise-and-tenon joints. Nails were a rare and expensive commodity, so they were held together with wooden pegs. We have a large quantity of sawed& hand hewn beams. A few specialty beams: We have two very rare walnut beams that demonstrate old-time hand hewed craftsmanship with mortise-and-tenon joints and wooden pegs. The two beams were reclaimed from the barn so they are closely matched. The Amish have kiln dried the beams down to 6-8% moisture content. This process eliminates most odor. Moisture and insects, and prevents shrinkage after installation. The beams measure approximately 11” x 13” and is 7’6” long. The estimated weight of the beams is around 370 pounds. $600.00 each We have for sale an extremely rare Poplar swing beam; it is a tapered beam from large virgin Poplar. Approximate measurements are: 10” wide full beam. 13.5” high at both ends. The center rises 19 ¾” This amazing swing beam is flat on the
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