Cherry is a common American wood used extensively
for furniture and flooring.
The sapwood is
quite light, almost white, while heartwood varies from very light
(as below) to a fairly deep brown. Freshly milled cherry is
often very light in color and easily mistaken for maple if you don't
Cherry darkens fairly
rapidly when exposed to light, eventually assuming a rich, brown
color. Even fluorescent light is sufficient to cause a color
A standard cherry miniSpinner equipped with a
matching cherry WooLee Winder level-wind flyer. This is easily
the most popular model.