Just came in! Antique French Oak Barn Trusses

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Air dried oak beams

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Long oak planks

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Old oak roof boarding

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Centuries ago, French farmers often owned land with oak forests, which was very practical. The trees served partly for the construction of buildings and partly as firewood for the wood stove during the cold winters. So no high energy costs!

Of course, farmers selected the most perfectly straight trees to use as load-bearing beams in their homes, since these straight trees were scarce. The jagged and sinuous oaks were considered less suitable for residential houses and were therefore cut down and made into trusses for the construction of a barn or stable.

This beautiful selection of six old oak barn trusses has been completely recovered by us over the past few days and is ready to be reused in an interior project. The beams date back to the 18th century and have been very well preserved all this time.

Head size: approx. 22×22 cm to 25×25 cm

Length: approx. 680 cm

Number: 6 pieces

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