Sinker Cypress is first generation, river retrieved lumber that is also known as deadhead cypress, river reclaimed cypress, river recovered cypress, old growth cypress, and virgin cypress. This quality old growth lumber was cut from 1890 to 1930, and then rafted down the rivers of northwest Florida to different sawmills in the region. A certain percentage of the lumber was lost or sunk on its journey, and these recovered sinker logs are now sawn into Sinker Cypress lumber.
Flip Cup Holder Swing This swing offers a 12in fold down console with two drink holders. Use it when you need it and fold it up when you don't, you'll have the coolest swing in town. 100% hand crafted from cypress lumber (the Eternal Wood) Beautifully contoured for your sitting pleasure Contoured seat for more comfort Very easy assembly Hanging chains included No staples, only zinc plated screws and galvanized bolts
Belle Grove Plantation Iberville Parish, LA 1857 Belle Grove Plantation was one of the largest mansions ever built in the South. The mansion was built from 1852 to 1857 at a cost of $80,000, not including the free (slave) labor or the plentiful cypress lumber and hand-made bricks produced on the plantation. By the time the plantation was finished, more than 150 slaves were producing over half a million pounds of sugar each year.