Stone Colors

Black Basalt

This is our newest stone for kitchen sinks, it is similar in color as black lava, but without the small holes which require filling, it’s also nearly as hard as granite, which makes it a great choice for kitchen use.

Sealers are not necessary, and maintenance is little to none.

Black Glacier Quartz

This is our newest addition and definitely one of our favorites. It’s also our first sink cut from blocks of quartz, which is harder than black granite. And with its white crystalline waves, it’s simply gorgeous.

Black Granite

This elegant stone has a gun metal black look.

This is the hardest and most dense stone we stock, making it suitable for both home and commercial use in kitchens.

Black Lava

This unique stone produces a rich charcoal/black look.

As with all lava stone, it does contain holes which have been epoxy filled and rigorously tested.

Carrara White Marble

This classic Italian stone is white with veins of gray.

It is one of the hardest white marbles available.

For normal cleaning mild soap works great, for tough stains, bleach may be used without harm to the stone.

Crema Lyon Limestone

France is famous for their distinctive limestones and this is no exception.

It yields an intense buff color with small veins and a few light brown fossils.

Crema Marfil Marble

This beautiful beige marble from Spain has veins of reddish-brown.

Charcoal Marquina Soapstone

This beautiful soapstone (also known as Steatite) is a metamorphic rock that consists of varying percentage of talc, depending on the quarry from which it is sourced, some will have high %’s talc resulting in arelative soft stone that may relatively soft stone that may scratch easily, lower %’s of talc are harder and are more scratch resistant, this soapstone from Brazil is on the harder side, thus making it ideal for kitchen sink use. Marquina is very dense with 0% absorption, which means any staining will only be on the surface and can easily be removed, and it’s heat resistant.

Emperador Dark Marble

This classic stone from Spain renders warm tones of brown among unique veins of mahogany brown and white, these will naturally vary in both the amount of veins and its brown tones.

Gold Travertine

From Turkey, a tight grain structure makes this travertine uniquely hard and dense.

It exhibits beautiful honeycombed shades of gold, brown, and beige veins.

Mercury Granite

This hard-dense stone has a fine to medium grain, and a muted liquid mercury color, which complements most modern kitchens.

Perlia Limestone

From Portugal, this hard, honed, stone is laden with brown fossils millions of years old.

Currently our block supply is out, so the sinks you see here are our very last ones!

Roma Travertine

From Italy, this is by far the best travertine we have ever offered.

It contains alluring waves of veins in varying shades of beige and brown.

As with all travertines, this stone has some holes which are epoxy filled and rigorously tested.

Stratus MarbleTaupe Dark

These beautiful sinks have all been cut to expose the horizontal veining and the stratus color variations of taupe, brown and gray.

Occasionally you will see random very thin veining, at first glance they may appear to be crack lines, but in fact they are red/brown crystal veins, all which add natural beauty to these unique sinks.

Stratus MarbleTaupe Light

These beautiful sinks have all been cut to expose the horizontal veining and the stratus color variations of taupe, beige and gray.

Occasionally you will see random very thin veining, at first glance they may appear to be crack lines, but in fact they are red/brown crystal veins, all which add natural beauty to these unique sinks.

Walnut Travertine

From Turkey, a tight grain structure makes this travertine uniquely hard and dense.

It exhibits beautiful honeycombed shades of brown and beige, as well as a few small white veins.