Cherry Turning Squares 1-3/4" x 1-3/4" x 12"
Get ready to work with the finest wood squares you've ever seen, they're ready to be turned into whatever you can imagine, such as furniture parts, table legs, small accessories, handles, artwork and other fine woodworking projects.
Why Choose Cherry?Cherry has no rivals that are as easy to work, fine textured, strong and regal in color. It's highly rated in all working properties including wood bending and turning. Cherry's color ages to a richer, rusty red brown with any clear finish.
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About Cherry (Prunus serotina)View All Cherry Products
3lbs /Bd. Ft.
Ease of Finishing
Cherry is a domestic wood from North America
Cherry has no rivals that are as easy to work, fine textured, strong and regal in color. It's highly rated in all working properties including wood bending and turning. Cherry's color ages to a richer, rusty red brown with any clear finish.
Reddish brown with a golden luster. Freshly cut cherry is often very pale, but the wood oxidizes to its famously favorable rich brown red in time.
Reaches heights of up to 100 feet, about 80 feet average, with a tall trunk of about 24" in diameter.
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Furniture, cabinets, joinery, intarsia, veneer, interior millwork, small accessories
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