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Brazilian Cherry Solid Wood Staircase Half Finial Newel Post Cap

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Seller: alta.bay (569) 100%, Location: Alpharetta, Georgia, Ships to: US & many other countries, Item: 122231622355 Brazilian Cherry Solid Wood Staircase Half Finial Newel Post Cap 4-3/8" x 2-9/16" x 15/16" Please, see (3 sides) photos what you see is what you get. Species InformationCommercial Designation: Jatobá/Brazilian CherryFlooring Trade Name: Brazilian CherryBotanical Name: Hymenaea, courbarilLumber Name: Brazil - JatobaCentral America: Quapinol, Bolivia - Paquio Grows In: Brazil, Bolivia, Mexico, Guatemala, the Caribbean & Peru.Scientific Designation: Hymenaea stilbocarpa HayneGeneral Characteristics: Brazilian Cherry is an extremely heavy wood; hard to cut, variable heartwood regarding color, from light brown to pink, to reddish brown, with some intense shadowing. Thick sapwood, notably differentiated, white slightly yellowed, uniform medium texture, regular to irregular grain of wood, rough and of poor shine surface; imperceptible scent and taste.Main Applications: Hardwood Flooring Prefinished and Unfinished. For being very heavy and of high mechanical properties, brazilian cherry wood may be used for interior finishing such as beams, rafters/joists, wooden planks, door frames, parquet and flooring boards, in external engineering such as sleepers and double tee junction, frames, decorating wooden sheets, furniture and others.Color Change:Brazilian Cherry has a dramatic color change over time like domestic cherry. In a process known as oxidation, it changes from the mill-direct tan/salmon color to a deep, rich, reddish-brown color. The color change occurs in several days when exposed to direct sunlight. In indirect sunlight, the Brazilian Cherry will oxidize slowly over several months, with most noticable changes occurring within three months. Water-based finishes tend to retard the color change while oil-based finishes enhance it.Are you looking to keep the light original appearance of Brazilian Cherry, or what some companies call "Brazilian Cherry Lite"? Well, you aren't interested in true Brazilian Cherry. "Brazilian Cherry Lite" is actually a different species: Tauari (Brazilian Oak).Our clear grade Brazilian Cherry has very minimal color and grain variation. Color varies from yellowish hues to pink/reds to dark reds with black striping. The darker streaks give it an exotic expression. Condition: NEW - OLD STOCK, Material: Solid Brazilian Cherry, Color: Brazilian Cherry, Maker: SMC

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