Every one is unique. This is no exception. It is a birch staff with nice curves and a cool root structure. It stands 70" tall and the shaft varies from 1-1/4" to 2" in diameter. It was harvested during the middle of July and on 8/1/21 it still weighs 3# 6ozs. It will lose more weight when it "seasons" and it shouldn't be sealed until such time. To start the drying process, as all of my listings, I have stripped the bark. This is especially important with birch and cherry because the bark has very low permeability. With bark-on it would decay some before the moisture content drops to a low level. For this same reason you shouldn't apply a film-forming sealer too early. The space the roots occupy on this one is about 8" by 8" by 7" high. (ufws94)
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