Myrtlewood grows in two places on  earth: Israel and the Southern Oregon Coast. As it ages, it becomes a golden brown which is more readily available. The more coveted dark Myrtle gets black streaks and is ideal for artistic projects. We love to find the most rare slabs, sometimes up to 8 feet in diameter of dark Myrtlewood.

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