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Historically, Appalachian Walnut was used primarily for furniture and cabinetry. However, it was also prized for wall paneling and gunstocks. One of the reasons the wood was so sought after is that it ages to a uniquely beautiful color over time. American black walnut is easily worked with both hand and machine tools. It accepts nails, screws, and glue readily. Additionally, the lumber holds both wood and metal fasteners extremely well and is perfectly suited to most finishing methods. Once the milling process is finished American black walnut polishes beautifully.