JATOBA

Commonly referred to as "Brazilian Cherry", it bears absolutely no 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. Jatoba is exceptionally stiff, strong, and hard—among the very toughest of all timbers worldwide. typically used for furniture, cabinet making, turnery, boat building, kitchen cupboards, tool handles, flooring.. etc

Available in: 4/4, 5/4, 8/4, Thickness

 

  • Decking

    Flooring

    Stair Treads

    Antique/Reclaimed Lumber

    Beams

    Custom Millwork

    Butcher Blocks

    Plywood

    GreenPly

    Hardware

    Lumber

    Interior Use

    Exterior Use