I was going back home and I saw a nice large fork inside a garbage container. It was a dead mulberry tree. It was very dry, and the wood was gray. But it was 6cm thick, and I decided to cut it. It was very resistant, and not rotten. I carried it in my car for about 2 months. Then came the inspiration. Istead of making cuts to make it look symetrical, I kept the own personaliti of the fork and made some cuts on the band saw. The finish has completed the wood ressurrection. It stayed under 1 liter of peroba oil for a whole week. Took other 2 to make it dry. some adicional sanding and lineseed oil. It revealed one of the most beautiful patterns of grain! fits my hand open wide! Features "Arturo fork tips"!