A polished finish is created when a stone surface reaches it's most refined stage. It is buffed to the highest level possible, and the results are either a high shine or the actual highest level of shine that can be achieved naturally. This finish gives the stone a very elegant and rich look, providing it with a pinnacle depth of color. Applications (Usage):- Walls & Floors (Interior & Exterior) Read more

Polished with Epoxy Treatment.


An antique stone finish produced by continuous scrubbing of the surface with soft ended wire brushes. Applications (Usage):- Walls & Floors (Interior & Exterior) Read more



This finish is created by buffing the stone to slightly less than the highest level. The result is a smooth but dull appearance. A honed finish refers to any level that is less than polished and therefore encompasses many levels of dullness. Applications (Usage):- Walls & Floors (Exterior). Read more


Split Face

The split face finish is a result of the stone being cut by a guillotine that fractures the face    and turns it to a rocky finish. Applications (Usage):- Wall Cladding (Interior & Exterior) Read more



A bush hammer is a specialized stone-working hammer with a head that resembles a meat tenderizing hammer. Because the head of the hammer is usually small (about 1-2 inches square) it takes a long time to apply this finish to a large surface area. The result leaves the surface of the stone fairly smooth with small indentations. A bush-hammered finish can be applied to nearly all stones. Applications (Usage):- Walls (Interior & Exterior) & Floors (Exterior) Read more



A Flamed finish is produced when an intense flame is fired at the stone, causing the surface to burst and become rough. This finish is used primarily for exteriors applications where slip-resistance is extremely important. A flamed finish cannot be applied to all stones; however, most granite and certain hard limestone are preferred. Applications (Usage):- Walls & Floors (Interior & Exterior) Read more



Tumbling is vibrating the tiles with some special stones to give the surface a textured and antique look whereby the edges are rounded and imperfect. Applications (Usage):- Walls & Floors (Interior & Exterior) Read more


Acid Treated

Stone surfaces are treated by acids to give them a spectacular antique look. Applications (Usage):- Walls & Floors (Interior) Read more



In sandblasting, a high-pressure jet of siliceous sand or steel shots is applied to the area to be treated. This treatment produces a smooth abrasion, leaving the material with a slightly scratched (but not rugged) surface. The color tones and the veins are slightly dulled. Applications (Usage):- Walls & Floors (Interior & Exterior) Read more



This surface is produced manually by using chisel and hammer and is used mainly in wall claddings and facades. Applications (Usage):- Walls (Interior & Exterior) Read more



A Stone finish with parallel grooves cut into it. Available with 1-4 grooves to the inch (254mm), the finish may be executed by hand (hand-tooled) or machine (machine-tooled). Applications (Usage):- Walls (Interior & Exterior) Read more