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AMERICAN CHERRY


Range zone:
Canada, United States.
Family:
American hardwood.
Botanical name:
Prunus Serotina.
Trade name:
American Cherry, Black Cherry.
Average specific weight:
580 kg/m3.

DETAILS

General description: dark red to reddish chestnut heartwood; compact, straight, fine grain (with dark medullary spots), fine textured. Presence of small pockets of resin-gum.

Uses: piping, musical instruments, furniture, cabinets, high quality carpentry, marine furnishings; wood turning, carved work; decorative veneer for furniture, cabinets, panelling, doors.

Use: Inside

 

DIMENSIONS

The careful search for and selection of the best suppliers, establishing stable, on-going and efficient relations, results in the supply of the best products from origin.

The best timber is earmarked for Italian production. This selection, along with our careful controls during processing and transformation, result in offering the highest quality to the Italian market. 

Thicknesses

27 to 80

Quality

FAS F1F Trimmed / Dried

Trimmed / Dried - selected prod.

Untrimmed / Dried Quality A  -  our production (ITA)

Untrimmed / Dried Quality A/B


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