Hand-sawn

Hand-sawn

Wood that has been sawn by hand, as opposed to sawn in a mill.
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The aroma of fir trees flies me directly into specific wordless memories: childhood holidays, hand-sawn woodwork and my feet tramping through wet forests.
Black carriages carried the hand-sawn wooden coffins of seven-year-old Naomi Rose Ebersol, 13-year-old Marina Fisher, and sisters Mary Liz Miller, eight, and Lena Miller, seven.
Oak beams were meas- ured and hand-sawn by craftsmen in Chippenham, Wiltshire.
The wood was hand-sawn and the chalet, used by society members as a meeting room, was designed and built with hand tools by Bristol-based Russell Brothers.
The lattice triangle at the top was made from a bug-killed, hand-sawn pine tree.
a numbers runner's box of betting slips still wedged between the hand-sawn attic joists, Dutch Masters on the lid.