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Black lines and marks in fresh cut Cherry

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  1. Stoneymason

    Stoneymason New Member

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    Del_ Life is but a song we sing.

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    Annual growth rings.
     
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    Henry3120xp ArboristSite Member

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    I hear cabinet makers referring to that as pitch pockets. Don’t know if that’s what it actually is or not. It is very common in cherry. I’ve turned a lot of cherry and most of it I see has some in it.
    That’s a nice looking spoon. Been carving long?
     
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    What are they anyone know?
    hey thanks for response. This is my 1 year anniversary of carving spoons. This is its roughed out phase. If you would like I’m Instagram @bee_spoons. You are the 4th person to call it pitch pockets or resin pockets. I’m going to call this one solved. Thanks again
     
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    Jason Douglas ArboristSite Guru

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    Likely to be zone lines from compartmentalization.
     
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