Antique cherry is finished with a deep, dark brown stain that evens the grain out for a uniform, elegant look.
Chocolate cherry and antique cherry are similar in color, varying by 1/2 to 3/4 of a shade.
Cherry is a straight grained hardwood with a very uniform texture and a rich luster. Its heartwood is light to dark reddish brown. Cherry darkens gradually with age and sunlight, talking on more deep red and brown coloration. This change in color is substantial. Its species name is Prunus Serotina. Its Janka rating (hardness and resistance to scrapes, gouges and cuts) is 950.