unique New England rock, unmatched in its
beauty with soothing colors that range from
white to gray to brown with a touch of pink
is definitely worth taking a look at for
your hardscape projects.
waller may feel overwhelmed by the sight
of many stones to chose
from, but it is far better to have too many
choices than not enough”
- In The Company of Stone, Dan Snow
The only limit to the sizes of rock slabs
we can provide is the weight of the stone.
one slab that was as level as a kitchen
table, measured 20ft x 6ft, and was 7 inches
Rock suitable for steps is shipped by the
trailer load to stone yards. The quality
of this rock is unmatched, anywhere. Beautifully
formed, and flat, perfect for steps.
The smaller obelisk shaped rocks are beautiful
in form and shape, natures art work. I always
liked the smaller ones until I was looking
at one particular stone that was 15ft long
by 4ft across. It was not very flat and
I didn't know what to do with it - so I
stood it up. Now, over time, our obelisks
are proving to be more and more popular.
Symbols of strength and stability, obelisks
can provide a beautiful garden accent.
Hurricane Island Granite, unearthed
from Waldoboro, Maine.
these rocks inspire your creativity and
enhance your landscape!
In the Spring of 2009 I was called to look
at some granite in a farmers woods in Waldoboro,
Maine, what I saw was jaw-dropping. And
after hearing the story of how the granite
came to be in these woods I bought every
This granite was mined from a mountain 200
yards away at the turn of the 20th Centrury.
It was brought down by teams of oxens and
chisled by hand, and then loaded onto railroad
cars and shipped to either Boston, New York,
Baltimore, Washington, or Chicago to be
used in the construction of federal buildings.
This tiny quarry in Waldoboro, Maine was
owned and operated by the Hurricane Island
Granite Company. Some of the buildings that
the Hurricane Island Granite Company shipped
their stones to include the Metropolitan
Bank Building in New York, and the New York
Custom House and Museum of Fine Arts in
Click here to view some of
these unique and beautiful pieces.