Cut : Chateau

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Color : Hickory

Hickory - This stone is also called and/or substituted for: Old Hickory

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This stone is also called and/or substituted for: Old Hickory

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Color : White

White - This stone also called and/or substituted for: Austin White Limestone, Chalk, Arctic White, Salado White Limestone, Texas Pearl

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This stone also called and/or substituted for: Austin White Limestone, Chalk, Arctic White, Salado White Limestone, Texas Pearl

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Color : Autumn

Autumn - This stone is also called and/or substituted for: Autumn Blend, Texas Verde

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This stone is also called and/or substituted for: Autumn Blend, Texas Verde

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Color : Gold

Gold - This stone is also called and/or substituted for: Nicotine, Sisterdale, Palomino, Sierra, Old Yeller

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This stone is also called and/or substituted for: Nicotine, Sisterdale, Palomino, Sierra, Old Yeller

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Color : Tan

Tan - This stone is also called and/or substituted for: Tumbleweed Tan, Millsap, Buckskin, Buff, Khaki, Fawn, Santa Barbara Sandstone

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This stone is also called and/or substituted for: Tumbleweed Tan, Millsap, Buckskin, Buff, Khaki, Fawn, Santa Barbara Sandstone

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Color : Brown

Brown - This stone is also called and/or substituted for: Castillo

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This stone is also called and/or substituted for: Castillo

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Color : Red

Red - This stone is also called and/or substituted for: Texas Red Sandstone, Quito Red, Pecos Red, Santa Rosa, Brownstone

Color Details

This stone is also called and/or substituted for: Texas Red Sandstone, Quito Red, Pecos Red, Santa Rosa, Brownstone

This stone shape is sometimes referred to as: flag, flagstone, builder, irregular builder, fieldstone, mosaic

When installed as wall veneer

  • Size: Typically the face is larger than a dinner plate, but smaller than a chair cushion; 3-5” thick
  • Coverage: 40-45 square feet per ton (approximate)

When installed as natural patio stone

  • Size: Typically the face is larger than a dinner plate, but smaller than a chair cushion; 2-3” thick (approximate)
  • Coverage: 75-80 square feet per ton (approximate)
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