American Black Cherry Crotch

(Prunus serotina) American Black Cherry Crotch has been described as a wood with many moods. The wood is usually graded by the amount of character it has, and cherry without any figure markings is reported to be rather difficult to find. Cherry is reported to have a strong resemblance to true Mahogany, and is often called New England mahogany. Texture is fine and uniform, and the wood often has narrow brown pith flecks and small gum pockets. Luster has been described as rich and satiny.

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