Parquet American Cherry



AMERICAN CHERRY (Prunus serotina) is a very popular wood species that usually grows in the eastern United States. American cherry tree can be cut down after the age of 35 and to reach their full height can last over 100 years. Since the stock of wood is very limited it is allowed to cut down only grown wood in order to preserve the wood species and to accomplish the highest wood quality which emphasize its beautiful color.

American black cherry wood is resistant to decay. It has has excellent stability and poor warping movement after it dries.

American cherry parquet is very attractive because of its reddish tones which allure many views.

Parquet American cherry can be found in the following classes: A / B, C, and treatments: raw, lacquered, oiled and brushed.


Models A A/B B C Dimensions
3-s/3-strip 13-16 x 206 x 2200mm
3-s/1-strip (daska) 13-16 x 150-190 x 1500-2200mm
2-s 70 11 x 70 x 400-600mm
2-s 90 11 x 90 x 600-1200mm
2-s 120 11 x 120 x 1000-1500mm
Solid processed 14-21 x 25-120 x 250-1500mm
Solid raw 14-21 x 25-120 x 250-1500mm
Values very high high medium low very low
Weight kg/m²
Hardness (Brinell) 3,6
Image gallery – installed American cherry parquet


You can send us your inquiry through this link: Send an Enquiry