The Building Stone above is our #35 Fieldstone Blend with 10% Midnight Black added. The Midnight Black ties together so well with Sturgeon River Black window sills. Black trim and window surrounds have become so popular. The Sturgeon River Black Granite Sills really stand out. We have noticed when talking to our customers that they are so happy and are so pleased with their choice.
In the pics above and below the building stone is the Timothy’s Ledgerock Blend, which is 70% Weatheredge Limestone and 30% Elite Blue Granite. The Sturgeon River Black Sills really stand out with a lighter stone on the wall.
For those that like “Black”… the Sturgeon River Black fits the bill.
In the pictures above and below… You see the Sturgeon River Black Sills, capping the “Cheltenham Sawn Height Drystack” wall. The very black pieces are the Midnight Black.
A close-up pic of the Sturgeon River Black sill and the Cheltenham Sawn Height Drystack below it.
Pic above is a pallet of Sturgeon River Black Granite 3″ x 3″ Thin Veneer Sills with a rocked front and flamed top.
In the pic above we show a pallet of 2 1/4″ x 3″ thin veneer sills with a flamed top and front edge and regular sawn back edge. In the picture above the flamed vs. sawn edge is obvious.
The 4″ x 6″ Sturgeon River Black Sills with rocked front and flamed top.
Showing the edge of the 4″ x 6″ Sturgeon River Black Granite Sills.
That’s about as black as you can get it. Just in time for the “big black trend.”
Also available in square cut flagstone (above) and tumbled cobbles (below). The cobbles are also available non-tumbled (top right corner in the pic above)
The tumbled cobbles are “days old” not 1000 years old like they appear.