Brazilian Cherry

SKU
BRAZILLIAN-CHERRY-GROUP

Brazilian Cherry, also known as Jatoba bears little relation to the domestic Cherry (Prunus serotina) that is found in the US, except perhaps that its natural color closely matches the  common stained color of domestic Cherry that has been aged/stained reddish-brown as seen on some interior furniture.  It is exceptionally stiff, strong, and hard—representing a great value for woodworkers seeking high-strength, low-cost lumber.  Picking the best wood stock for your project is always a challenge.  We have selected premium samples of Brazilian Cherry so that you can have confidence to have the best product for your next project.  Boards have been surfaced on 4 sides.  Sold in 4-packs.

Due to international shipping restrictions, we can only ship this product in the United States.

Grouped product items
Product Image Product Name Price
Brazilian Cherry .75” x 4” x 36.5” 4-pack -  (Shipping available to US only) Brazilian Cherry .75” x 4” x 36.5” 4-pack - (Shipping available to US only) SKU: BRCHER75X4X36-4
Special Price $31.96 Regular Price $79.96
Brazilian Cherry .75” x 4” x 30.5” 4-pack - (Shipping available to US only) Brazilian Cherry .75” x 4” x 30.5” 4-pack - (Shipping available to US only) SKU: BRCHER75X4X30-4

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Special Price $27.16 Regular Price $67.96
Brazilian Cherry .75” x 4” x 24.5” 4-pack - (Shipping available to US only) Brazilian Cherry .75” x 4” x 24.5” 4-pack - (Shipping available to US only) SKU: BRCHER75X4X25-4

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Special Price $22.36 Regular Price $55.96
Brazilian Cherry .75” x 4” x 18.5” 4-pack - (Shipping available to US only) Brazilian Cherry .75” x 4” x 18.5” 4-pack - (Shipping available to US only) SKU: BRCHER75X4X18-4

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Special Price $15.96 Regular Price $39.96

Wood is a natural product, and pieces may vary slightly.  Due to wood movement, shrinkage and expansion, please measure each piece carefully.  

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Country of Manufacture Brazil

WARNING: Wood Dust created by Drilling, sawing, sanding or machining wood products can expose you to wood dust, a substance known to the State of California to cause cancer. Avoid inhaling wood dust or use a dust mask or other safeguards for personal protection.

https://www.p65warnings.ca.gov/fact-sheets/wood-dust