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For centuries European craftsmen for furniture, cabinetry, millwork, and other hardwood products value unedged flitches for their production.

Flitches, which are are generally the full product of the log, are sold unedged and sometimes with some jacket boards and possibly pithy rustic boards removed.

You can get flitches in the highest possible quality as there is the A or A/B grade, or the mass-produced grades of B or B/C.

The width measurement of unedged flitches is usually done in the middle of the length including one half of the wane. According to a prior agreement the width measurement only of the narrow face can be offered as well.

Unedged boards are available as kiln dried or air dried lumber.