An American classic, the American White Ash is common from Nova Scotia and Maine, west to Minnesota, south to Texas and Florida. It is found in all states east of the Mississippi River and as far west as Kansas and Oklahoma.
The tree generally never exceeds three feet in diameter with a height of nearly 80 feet. It is a pleantiful wood with sapwood that is almost clear white and heartwood a light brown color.
It is used for furniture, handles, boxes, baseball bats, oars, ladders and boat building.
Price noted is for 1 HoldingCross. The picture of multiple crosses is to share with you the diversity of the wood.
As with all of our crosses, there were no stains or lacquers used to finish your cross; only a natural oil which is hand-rubbed and polished to enhance the woods natural beauty.