#MBF Making Barrel Furniture $18.00 includes shippingThis helpful 24 page booklet has 9 different furniture projects you can make at home with our Kentucky whiskey barrels or wine barrels. It gives you a list of tools and supplies you will need to make beautiful barrel furniture. Loaded with lots of diagrams, and bonus color pictures. If you decide to buy our barrels and make furniture, let us know. If we like what you make, we may let you sell your barrel furniture through our web site.
|New & Vintage, Bourbon & Wine Barrel Heads|
|Our barrel heads
top grade, tight grain,
quarter sawn, American white oak. To
make the head of the
barrel, five or six head staves are fitted together with
wooden dowels. They
will have to be glued up or wooden
strips nailed on the backs to hold together. The
barrel heads are
diameter and about one inch thick.
Whiskey Barrels are charred on the
the char is easily removed. Wine barrel heads are tosted on the inside.
We offer vintage heads, used planed heads, and new heads.
| * Vintage heads pictured here
have been sanded, the one you receive will not be, and will
look like our Vintage/Rustic
If you want a new looking head, buy a NEW, or Planed head. Shipping is not included in the prices listed.
|# BH-1 Vintage Head
Without Distillery Stamp $28 ea.
New Barrel Head $55 ea.
with no distillery stamp
New Whiskey Barrel Head
|The whiskey barrel head pictured has been sanded to reveal the white oak, vintage heads are sold unsanded and will look like our Vingage Whiskey Barrels|
|WHISKEY BARREL HEADS WITH HANDLES
|BL-R Rope Handle Lid|
|NO 2 VINTAGE BARREL TOPS LOOK ALIKE, YOUR TOP MAY NOT LOOK LIKE THE ONE PICTURED HERE.
* Vintage heads pictured here have been sanded, the one you receive will not be, and will look like our Vintage/Rustic barrels *
Vintage Whiskey Barrel Checkerboard Head $58.00
Vintage Checkerboard Head With Chekers $68.00
New Whiskey Barrel Checkerboard Head $88.00
New Checkerboard Head With Checkers $78.00
24 Natural Wooden Checkers includes,
|NWBH New Wine Barrel Heads
THE NEW WINE BARREL HEAD IS THE ONE ON THE LEFT.
Wine head is 22 to 23 inches in diameter
These BEAUTIFUL NEW wine barrel heads are made from furniture quality Quarter Sawn American white oak. They are 22 to 23 inches in diameter, 1 inch thick and weigh 12 pounds. They will make great table tops, or signs.
|VINTAGE WINE BARREL HEADS|
|Used White Oak
Wine Barrel Heads
Clear White Oak on Front. Rich Purple Wine Stain on Back
wine barrel head $45.00 ea.
Made of 1 inch thick American white oak, these beautiful heads are not charred on the back like the vintage whiskey barrel heads. Wine aging in the barrels turns the back purple. These barrels come in 22 inch to 23 inch diameter, varies.
They are ether tongue and grooved or dowel pegged together. * They will have to be glued up or wooden strips nailed on the backs to hold together.
These heads may have a winery stamp on them.
|Quarter-sawing gets its name from the fact that the log is first
quartered lengthwise, resulting in wedges with a right angle ending at
approximately the center of the original log. Each quarter is then cut
separately by tipping it up on its point and sawing boards successively
along the axis. That results in boards with the annual rings mostly
perpendicular to the faces. Quarter sawing yields boards with straight
striped grain lines, greater stability than flatsawn wood, and a
distinctive ray and fleck figure.
Quartersawn boards have two advantages. They are more resistant against warping with changes in moisture and shrinkage. The quartersawing method of cutting... renders quarter sawn oak structurally stronger, also finer in grain, and, as shown before, less liable to warp and check than when sawn in any other way.
The second advantage of quartersawn wood is the decorative pattern on the board. In quarter sawn wood the saw cuts across the growth rings, the visible grain is much straighter; it is this evenness of the grain that gives quarter sawn wood its greater stability.
In addition to the grain, quarter sawn oak will also often display a pattern of medullary rays, seen as subtle wavy ribbon-like patterns across the straight grain. Medullary rays grow in a radial fashion in the living tree, so while flat-sawing would cut across the rays, quarter-sawing puts them on the face of the board. This ray pattern has made quarter sawn wood especially desirable for furniture and decorative panelling.
Quarter sawn oak was a key feature of the decorative style of the American Arts and Crafts movement.
Just a few things you can do with our whiskey barrel and wine barrel heads
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