Redwood Lace Burl Redwood
Redwood trees grow along or near the coast of California
in a narrow strip not more than 35 miles wide and about 500 miles long,
extending from 100 miles south of San Francisco to a little above the Oregon
border. Single acres of redwood have been found that contained over one
million board feet of lumber. Redwood is the state tree of California.
It is at the base of these mighty trees that the rare and much sought after Redwood Lace Burl grows. This rare burl is easily identified by its rich, dark, mahogany-red color with an ever-changing velvety sheen and small-eye clusters of tight burls.