Saw cut (rough)
Saw-Cut Finish: The rough finish surface resulting form cutting the stone with any kind of blades.

A sati-smooth Stone finish. Honed finish has a matte or satin finish for a softer, more subdued look, achieved by stopping just short of the last stage of polishing.


An antique stone finish produced by continuous scrubbing of the surface with wire brushes.


A mechanical round hammering process that produces textured surfaces varying from subtle to rough.


Tumbling is vibrating the tiles with some special stones to give the surface a textured and antique look whereby the edges are rounded and imperfect.

Split face:

Split face surfaces are those which are left natural after manual splitting of Stone along planar surfaces. This finish shows the actual natural earthy tone of the Stone.


Applying blowtorch-strength heat to the surface of Marble & Granite, this actually pops some of the crystals and creates a deeply textured surface which produces flamed Stone. In addition to its rough beauty, flamed Granite has a highly textured surface, which gives it a very non-slippery surface, ideal for exterior installations.


A Stone finish with parallel grooves cut into it. Available with 1-4 grooves to the inch (254mm), the finish may be executed by hand (hand-tooled) or machine (machine-tooled)

Facial chiseling

This surface is produced manually by using chisel and hammer and is used mainly in wall claddings and facades.

Acid finish is created when the stone surface is treated with lime water to produce the luxurious “old time” look.


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