Large Banksia Nut / Pod (Banksia grandis)

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Yandles Large Banksia Nut / Pod (Banksia grandis)

Item: Banksia

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Banksia nuts are the fruit from a Banksia tree and are mainly used for wood turning.  They are easy to turn and can also be hollow turned. current stock averages 10" in length and 3.5 inches in diameter




Origin - Western Australia




Other names - Banksia grandis

Customer Reviews

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"Looks like this nut should turn well, good size and nice shape."
Star Rating 5
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"Amazing specimen. Thrilled with purchase"
Star Rating 5
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"Decent size seed pods"
Star Rating 5
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"Received as required but was not a good specimen for turning sadly."
Star Rating 2
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"I ordered 2 banksia nuts. Both arrived in good time. One of the nuts was perfectly OK, good size etc. but the other was very strangely deformed (bent), which gave a few challenges in getting it on the lathe and seriously reduced the actual usable size after turning. I've used a few banksia nuts for other projects and never had one which was so deformed. "
Star Rating 3
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"Very pleased with this purchase and the Banksia nuts were good quality thank you."
Star Rating 5
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"I can't fault Yandles to be honest, prompt and efficient delivery and you get exactly what you are paying for. The Banksia nuts were both roughly the same size and shape which is excellent for the candleholders I intend to turn."
Star Rating 5

Timber Sizing Guidelines

Please note the sizes displayed are approx. We cut all our blanks onsite & we work to a -/+ 1mm tolerance when cutting our Timber Blanks. If you are requiring a specific size, we would advise buying a size above so you can accurately cut back as desired.
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