18th Century Oak Beam Selection

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18th century oak beams

currently not available


Wood type
Reclaimed French oak
Section size
approx. 27x27 - 28x28 cm
approx. 550 - 650 cm
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To begin, these beams all trace their heritage to a single structure, ensuring a harmonious blend of patina, dimensions, and color. The original building, once nestled in the Poitiers region of France, has now made way for new possibilities.

Moreover, a notable characteristic of many beams lies in their crisp, defined edges rather than the usual uneven surfaces. This distinct feature hints at their origin from a more esteemed and significant structure. The discerning eye of the 18th-century architect, likely equipped with abundant resources, sought to showcase affluence through the selection of building materials. In that era, a beam with sharper edges conveyed an air of majesty that outshone its more rustic counterparts—a concept encapsulated by the French term “Grandeur.”

Lastly, a remarkable rarity among beams of these dimensions is their seamless lack of notches. This distinctive attribute enables architects to carefully choose which facets of the beam will become focal points in their project’s design.

Section size: approx. 27×27 – 28×28 cm
Lengths: approx. 550 – 650 cm
Quantity: 8 pieces


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