American hickory grain is usually straight, though occasionally wavy, with a medium texture. Pores are medium-sized and open.
|Hickory Prime||26 mm|
Hickory is considered one of the most important commercially available American wood species with its combination of both hardness, toughness and stiffness. The wood has a lovely light to reddish brown color and usually has straight fibers. However, the texture is rough and the wood can be difficult to process.