What is the meaning of the furniture term Cherry?

Wild-cherry wood is fine-grained, hard compact, red-brown - it is suitable for decorative and structural uses. Cherry refers to a type of wood commonly used in its construction. Cherry wood is known for its rich, reddish-brown color and smooth texture. It is often sought after for its beauty and durability, making it a popular choice for high-quality furniture pieces. Additionally, the term cherry can also refer to the finish or stain used on furniture to achieve a similar color and appearance to natural cherry wood.
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