A finish unique to slate compared to other stone types. A natural and pleasingly textured surface created when freshly quarried slate is manually split into sheets. The fan of the cleft is unique to slate and starts when the first hit of the chisel started the split.
A stone finish achieved by putting the stones in a machin that “tumbles” the stones around together causing an uneven rough surface and edges. The finish has a rustic appeal.
A stone finish that gives a smooth, even appearance with a high polished gloss.
A stone finish that gives a smooth, even appearance without a high polished gloss.