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.
This hardwood has traditionally been much sought after due to it's attractive grain, and it's shiny surface that seem to almost 'glow' with warmth.
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