prunus serotina

Cherry has been used for woodworking throughout history. Early American cabinet makers and woodworkers chose it because of its durability. It is also sought after for its beautiful color, which imbues success. Cherry is an anomaly, a rare wood salvaged from ordinary, agrarian buildings, a treasure when we do find it. We highly recommend using engineering technology to adapt this rare commodity to modern applications. Some of its characteristics include: color and grain variations, knots, light distressing, nail holes and other natural and man-made markings.


  • Plank widths: 4-12”+
  • Thickness: 3/4”Lengths: 3-12ft+
  • Milling profile: straight edge, tongue and groove
  • Texture: smooth
  • Application: flooring or paneling
  • Plank: solid or engineered

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