limestone VENEER SERIES 

Chestnut Shell 

Color/Characteristics: 

Medium to dark brown with prominent fossilized shells.

 

 

The texture and color combination make it a favorable option for split veneer.

Features:

Chestnut Shell is capable of weathering harsh climates making it unique when compared to other dark shell-stones.

 

CHESTNUT SHELL HERITAGE
CHESTNUT SHELL BUSH HAMMER
CHESTNUT SHELL BRUSHED
CHESTNUT SHELL BLASTED
CHESTNUT SHELL HONED
CHESTNUT SHELL SAWTOOTH
CHESTNUT SHELL SUEDE
CHESTNUT SHELL SPLIT FACE
CHESTNUT SHELL VERI GLASS

Cottonwood 

Top Ledge Color/Characteristics: 

Yellow tint and creamy gray with open grain.


Bottom Ledge Color/Characteristics: 

Creamy white with tight grain.


Cottonwood is extracted in large blocks and is a great option for panel applications or other projects requiring bigger sizes.

Flint Hills Gray

Color/Characteristics: 

Consistent medium gray color.


Features: 

Flint Hills Gray blocks are large with minimal seams, allowing designers to increase the unit size in panel and paving applications.

 

The consistency of the gray tone makes it unique among the three gray quarries.

Prairie Shell 

Color/Characteristics: 

Light cream and gray earth tones. Texture reveals small, fossilized shells.


Features: 

The inclusions in Prairie Shell Light give this stone a patina look.

 

It is very easy to work with and is often used in custom fabrication projects and as a standard split product.

Plaza Gray 

Color/Characteristics: Dark and medium gray with occasional taupe.


Features: 

Plaza Gray is the darkest gray limestone we quarry. Similar to Flint Hills Gray Mottled, the color range and pattern vary in this stone making it a favorite among designers.

 

The dense nature of this stone also makes it suitable for horizontal applications in any weather climate.

Silverdale

Color/Characteristics: 

Dark and medium gray with occasional taupe.


Features: 

Plaza Gray is the darkest gray limestone we quarry. Similar to Flint Hills Gray Mottled, the color range and pattern vary in this stone making it a favorite among designers.

 

The dense nature of this stone also makes it suitable for horizontal applications in any weather climate.

Chateau` Blue 

Color/Characteristics: 

Medium and light blue with occasional taupe.


Features: 

A variety of blue colors/tones are visible in this stone.

 

The color range makes Chateau Blue a desirable choice for residential split face projects.

Onaga

Color/Characteristics: 

Gray, cream, gold and bronze. Varying tight and open grain structure throughout.


Features: 

The unique color range differentiates Onaga from other stone.

It has an overall warm tone and varying grain structure.

 

Onaga is a good option for sawn and split veneer.