Cherry

Cherry is a hardwood that grows in the northern United States. It has a reddish-brown color similar to Alder, though tighter growth rings. Cherry will darken with age. Although popular for cabinetry and furniture, the most common use for cherry is for wood flooring.

Format:
wood end grain blocks
Sizes:

½" depth minimum. Individual block face size: 3"x 3".

Specifications:
MASTER FIELD FINISHED
Printable Data:
Cherry End Grain Data