Missisquoi is produced in small quantities and is often viewed as a heritage stone: it is usually used in historical building restorations.
A dense and compact marble found only in this region of Quebec, it offers a wide range of colors and is primarily used for indoor applications.
Strikingly rich in colors that can only come from the harsh Canadian climate, the Cascapedia stone is a breccia-type marble that can be found in the castles and aristocratic residences of Europe. Pure sophistication!
Acquired recently by Polycor, this gray-beige American limestone is treated as a marble, and can therefore be used in architectural and patrimonial projects as well as for countertops.
Because its wavy grain pattern evolves from one slab to another, every countertop is unique. In a fleuri-cut pattern, it creates beautiful white to gray-beige waves.
This gray-beige American limestone is treated as a marble, making it suitable for architectural and heritage projects, as well as for countertops. Because its wavy grain pattern evolves from one slab to another, every countertop is unique.
It shows a more consistent grain pattern in a linear cut.