The old charm of revolutionary New England is captured in this vintage stone. A light grain, weathered granite, indigenous to the New England area, featuring light tans with brown and rust hues throughout. Cromwell is very popular and a perfect complement to your traditional New England project.
The monochromatic qualities of this stone lend itself well to contemporary modern design. A coarse grain granite, with blue and grey tones highlighted by long inclusions of white quartz, these stones provide color consistency and a strong natural design element for your vision.
A clustering of minerals are at the heart of Knox’s popularity. Light pink and copper veining work with light and dark earth tones to create a stunning natural weathered fieldstone look. This medium coarse split stone is locally sourced and will bring instant historic substance to your project.
A lightness, supported by gentle tans, browns and golds, punctuated by streaking of pink and blue, with heavy veining throughout the stone stand this stone apart. The light coarse split surface of this Connecticut stone presents a lighter hue of the local earth tone.
Independence is a medium coarse split blue granite with shades that range from very light to dark in contrast. This Connecticut sourced stone has a high density of reflecting mica that brings depth to the stone, while it shimmers in the light. This stone has some monochromatic qualities with the minimal veining and carries a good consistency in its color range.
An unmistakable stone, Colonial Tan is very popular as well. A medium coarse stone from New England, the stone holds a range of soft tans with subtle pinks and gold throughout its composition. Red garnet inclusions surrounded with a light broadcast of a silver mica spec adds visual depth and punch to your project.
A perennial favorite of the Northeast, this split quartzite stone provides a silver that shimmers over gold and bold browns. Medium coarse with mineral clusters of red garnets popping from within the sedimentary lines, accompanied by a light broadcast of silver mica spec. A fall sunset reflecting off Colonial Spruce? Beautiful.
With white lines of quartz and subtle green hues living in the medium coarse backdrop of dark granite, this stone creates a distinctive and elegant presentation. Clean and attractive in every cut option, Salem Dark is often called upon to provide contrast in project compositions.
A signature Pennsylvania sandstone, Lackawanna features bold browns and a rainbow swirl of pinks and peach working in a range of beige tones. The variety of color and presentation in each cut make this a popular stone for dynamic eye catching projects in its native Pennsylvania and beyond.