The indians thought the Redwoods were immortal. Renown for their size – growing up to 320 ft high and 24’ wide – it’s a legitimate skyscraper, and is broader at it’s base than a Brooklyn Brownstone. It is soft but highly resistant to decay, making it’s deep reddish brown figure an impressive wood for interior as well as exterior applications. The wood was not available on the East Coast until the 1800’s and in recent decades is most often utilized for the roof top storage tanks that dot the city. This Redwood lot was salvaged from large wine storage tanks that have left distinct ferrous highlights. Deep reds and browns with darker ferrous streaks. A dense grain pattern within a 100% heartwood figure.