Published at Sunday, 07 July 2019. Wood. By Alonza Fermi.
The 'cherry wood' used for most tables sold in the United States is derived from 'cherry trees grown' in the mountains of Appalachia and the Alleghany Mountains of West Virginia and Pennsylvania.
The hard surface is guaranteed to last for a lifetime, while the wood's overall surface and color would only grow more elegant and attractive over time. Te soundness of your investment could be seen just by observing the quality of classic, antique cherry tables of all kinds ‐ even ones built hundreds of years ago still maintain the refined appearance they had when first constructed.
Cherry is also one of the 'hardest woods' used in the manufacture of furniture of any kind. A cherry wood coffee table is 'very difficult' to damage, as the wood resists all but the most intense scraping or denting.
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