Honey Locust Tree

Honey Locust trees never appear in the woods, only along roads and on manicured grounds. They often have nasty clusters of thick thorns that would impale a careless squirrel. The wood features some crazy grain — very porous and contrasty as all get out. Its pinkish color makes it easy to confuse with red oak or even cherry. It also smells nicer than most woods, a quality not lost on a woodturner. This tree, at long last, stands about 9″ high and spreads out to around 3.5″ at the bottom. The simple coloring of raspberry red bands and gold accents was chosen to mesh with the handsome grain. Finished to a glossy luster from several coats of shellac.



Weight 11 oz
Dimensions 3.5 × 3.5 × 9 in


Wood species

Honey Locust




red, gold, grain

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