Brazilian Cherry (Jatoba) Hardwood Stair Treads
Brazilian Cherry (Jatoba) wood is often used in flooring and is ideal for stair treads. Jatoba grows to an average height of 120 feet with diameters of 2-4 feet. It grows in most of the South American islands as well as Mexico, Brazil and Peru.
The wood is an attractive burgundy, deep red, or orange tone, and some of it can even have dark black stripes highlighting a strong visible grain pattern. It can exhibit quite a large color variation from one board to the next. Brazilian wood has a natural luster, with a beautiful texture.
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