The mason did a good job of trimming the edges of the Elite Blue Granite Ledgerock to tightly fit the Drystack joints. We always recommended Black mortar, when laying drystack, so in the event of seeing into a joint, it looks like a shadow rather than seeing all the white or gray mortar.
The mantle, corbels, and hearth were also hand crafted our of matching Elite Blue Granite and have hand chiseled edges.
The fireplace above is also Elite Blue Granite Ledgerock that was laid with drystack joints. The hearth and mantle have hand chiseled edges and polished tops.
This fireplace in Eastern Ontario, Canada was built with Squared Elite Blue Granite with approximately 20% Squared Harvest Gold Limestone Highlights. Natural stone always looks amazing in a log home.