It was an honor being able to supply such historical wood to various memorial and museums throughout the country as well as several individuals who had relatives who served during the attack on Pearl Harbor.
Definitely one of the most memorable batches of wood that we've ever come across!
Here's a little background on the battleship: Commissioned in 1919
Attacked and sunk at Pearl Harbor in 1941
Raised and repaired a year later and went on to be used in WWII and Korea
Teak was cut over 100 years ago!
(In case you are wondering, all stock has been sold. Sorry)