SELECTION

GRANITE

  
Nature's Concrete
 
Granite is an igneous rock, formed when minerals of different compositions melt in stages, also known as partial melting. This gives granite its notable hardness of 6-7 on the Moh’s hardness scale.
 
Granite is composed mainly of quartz and feldspar, the variability of these two minerals accounts for the wide range of color of the stone.
 
Granite is a reliable building material, and has been used in: buildings, bridges, paving, and other architectural endeavors.
 
We recommend granite for indoor and outdoor countertops, vanity tops, tables, and any other stone project.
  

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MARBLE

  
Nature’s Porcelain
 
Marble is a metamorphic rock, formed when the calcite that makes up limestone recrystallizes under heat and pressure. Marble has a hardness of 3-4 on the Moh’s hardness scale, making it susceptible to scratches.   
 
Marble is composed mainly of calcite and dolomite. Most marbles come in lighter creamier shades, but it exists in all colors.
 
Marble is very dense and is used in: buildings, statues, carvings, and other architectural endeavors.
 
We recommend marble for vanity tops, and other ornamental home furnishings.
  

QUARTZITE

  
Nature's Glass
 
Quartzite is one of the earth’s simplest minerals, it is formed when quartz-rich sandstone or chert is exposed to high temperatures and pressures. Such conditions fuse the quartz grains together forming a dense, hard, equigranular rock.
 
Quartzite has a hardness of 7-8 on the Moh’s hardness scale, but is vulnerable to heat. Quartzite can come in all colors, and has a translucent, glass-like look.
 
We recommend quartzite for vanity tops, ornamental home furnishings, and bathroom countertops.
  

ONYX

  
Nature's Fabric
 
Onyx is one of the world’s most popular gemstones, it is composed of various parallel bands of chalcedony (like quartz), and looks very similar to an agate. Onyx has a hardness of 7 on the Moh’s hardness scale, making it resistant to daily wear and tear.
 
Onyx can come in many colors most notably black, brown, red, and yellow.
 
Onyx has been used as jewelry for many years, and has made its way into the homes of the elite. 
 
We recommend onyx for vanity tops, ornamental home furnishings, and bathroom countertops.
  

EDGEWORK

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Demi

Bevel

Radius

Flat

Bullnose

Bevel
Top & Bottom

Radius
Top & Bottom

Dupont

Flat Ogee

Ogee

Cove

Ogee Bull