Quarried in the northeast U.S., this sandstone is known for its quality, unique finishes and lovely color variations, making it an ideal architectural building material. One of the most durable natural stones, bluestone will withstand any climate even the harsh New England winter and freeze/thaw climate. Fortunately for us, this stone is found right in our back yard, giving us access to an abundant supply of the best material we could ask for. Refined enough for elegant indoor use (think flooring, countertops and fireplaces), yet durable enough for the wear and tear of exterior landscaping, bluestone is our tried and true prize building material. For you, choosing this stone is a wonderful way to connect your living space to your natural environment.
|New York Bluestone||Pennsylvania Bluestone|
|Sawn and snapped edges.||Sawn edges only.|
|Irregular flagging with snapped edges Random Rectangular flagging with sawn and/or snapped edges.||Irregular and Random Rectangular patterns with sawn edges only.|
|Full Color (includes shades of purple, green, rust and blue with occasional veining typically) Lilac Clear (no shades of purple, green or rust)||Blue Grey Select Full Color Lilac|
|Flamed Top Natural Cleft (special order)||Flamed Top, Flamed 1 long Sawn Back, Sawn 3 sides|
|Natural Cleft Flamed||Natural Cleft Flamed|
|- A metamorphic sandstone native to the Appalachian Plateau. - Typically free of Black Jack ore. Consists of Iron ore. - Fine to medium grain texture.||- Metamorphic sandstone native to Pennsylvania’s mountain ranges. - Readily available in all formats (Paving, Treads, etc) at CT Stone.|