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Quartersawn White Oak Thin

White Oak is a timeless choice for furniture building!

Quartersawn White Oak has gorgeous medullary rays that play a prominent roll in Arts and Crafts style furniture. Beautiful, strong and rot resistant, it is an economical wood that is prized by woodworkers. If you're looking for a gorgeous wood that works well with both machine and hand tools, you won't go wrong with Quartersawn White Oak.

In order to offer more protective packing for shipping - our lengths are often 1/4" less than sizes listed. Need a wider width or longer length? Please email us for a quote. Custom millwork charges will apply.

We will provide you with a 1/4" thick x 3" wide or 3-3/4" wide x 24" long, high quality thin board! These boards are flat, straight, and ready for sanding.

  • 1/4" x 3" x 24"
  • 1/4" x 3-3/4" x 24" (set of 2 pieces)
Size: 1/4" x 3" x 24" (1 piece)
Original price $0.00 - Original price $27.50
Original price $0.00
$7.95 - $27.50
Current price $7.95
Ordering Information

In-Store Pickup: Most orders are completed within 2 business days. We will contact you via email when your order is ready for pickup.

Shipping: Most orders are packaged and ready for shipping within 2 to 3 business days of ordering.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 22 reviews
Gerard Jansen (Ottawa, CA)
Beautiful and ready for sanding S4S white oak

Great selection of boards and meticulously shaped and sized. Ready to be used as drawer fronts after sanding and oiling.

John Diomede (Riverhead, US)

My order was delivered in timely manner,my product was again top notch.i enjoy doing business with you and customer service is awesome.thank you,john

Elise Estus (West Valley City, US)

I liked the wood but my only complaint is that they aren’t labeled. I wish that a sticker with the name would be put on at least one of the thins of each variety. I ordered quite a few and it took me a while to figure out what was what. They are pretty much straight but I will be putting them under a heavy object to flatten them out more as my project needs very flat wood.