GRANITE COLORS

DARK BLUE

ELBERTON, GEORGIA

This finer grain material has a darker appearance than Georgia Gray Granite giving a good contrast.

COLORADO RED, MISSOURI RED, & WAUSAU RED

Colorado, Missouri, Wisconsin

The few domestic red granites. Colorado Red is a fine grain granite with a good contrast, but is virtually impossible to get without some variegation. Missouri Red was first used to pave the streets of downtown St. Louis. It is a beautifully marbled, pale red color which blends well with any pastoral surrounding. Wausau Red has an excellent contrast when sandblasted, and is famous for its hardness and shine.

DAKOTA MAHOGANY & NORTH MAHOGANY

South Dakota & Canada
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Dakota Mahogany - also known as Rushmore Mahogany - is a dark brown granite subject to some variegation. Contains varied hues of maroon and rose. This is a high-contrast granite stone great for carving and lettering.

MONARCH PINK

North Carolina

Also known as Salisbury Pink or Coral Pink, this is the United States' only truly pink granite. It is a soft pink known for its unusual color.

CHEROKEE MARBLE

Tate, Georiga

This material is white with grey veining and highly variegated

STARLIGHT MIST

PENNSYLVANIA

One of the few domestic black granite options available. Its white veining gives it a distinct appearance and each piece is uniquely variegated.