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Create stunning feature fireplaces - inside or outdoors - using natural Paradise Stone. 

There is a very wide range of finished ‘looks’ depending up what construction style is used, from dry stacking, variable width joints between the stones to bagged or rendered finishes. Add to this mortar colour and if the mortar is left flush or raked.

Technically a sedimentary limestone, each line that is clearly displayed in the stone, is essentially a new layer of ‘what was once ocean floor’ 30 million years ago when all of Whangarei was a giant tropical lagoon. Visible within the stone are individual particles comprising of tiny fragments of ancient coral, mollusc and crustacean shell compacted down layer by layer forming the seabed.

It is the very distinct sedimentary lines and natural colours that create the texture and finish which separates Northland Oceanic Schist from any commercially quarried stone available in New Zealand or indeed anywhere else in the world. The stone is predominately a bluey-grey colour, with the balance of the stone featuring earthy colours ranging from bronze tones and sandy browns, occasional white faces to slightly greener highlights.

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Paradise Stone Fireplaces and Hearths

Create stunning feature fireplaces - inside or outdoors - using natural Paradise Stone. 

There is a very wide range of finished ‘looks’ depending up what construction style is used, from dry stacking, variable width joints between the stones to bagged or rendered finishes. Add to this mortar colour and if the mortar is left flush or raked.

Technically a sedimentary limestone, each line that is clearly displayed in the stone, is essentially a new layer of ‘what was once ocean floor’ 30 million years ago when all of Whangarei was a giant tropical lagoon. Visible within the stone are individual particles comprising of tiny fragments of ancient coral, mollusc and crustacean shell compacted down layer by layer forming the seabed.

It is the very distinct sedimentary lines and natural colours that create the texture and finish which separates Northland Oceanic Schist from any commercially quarried stone available in New Zealand or indeed anywhere else in the world. The stone is predominately a bluey-grey colour, with the balance of the stone featuring earthy colours ranging from bronze tones and sandy browns, occasional white faces to slightly greener highlights.

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Paradise Stone Fireplaces and Hearths

Create stunning feature fireplaces - inside or outdoors - using natural Paradise Stone. 

There is a very wide range of finished ‘looks’ depending up what construction style is used, from dry stacking, variable width joints between the stones to bagged or rendered finishes. Add to this mortar colour and if the mortar is left flush or raked.

Technically a sedimentary limestone, each line that is clearly displayed in the stone, is essentially a new layer of ‘what was once ocean floor’ 30 million years ago when all of Whangarei was a giant tropical lagoon. Visible within the stone are individual particles comprising of tiny fragments of ancient coral, mollusc and crustacean shell compacted down layer by layer forming the seabed.

It is the very distinct sedimentary lines and natural colours that create the texture and finish which separates Northland Oceanic Schist from any commercially quarried stone available in New Zealand or indeed anywhere else in the world. The stone is predominately a bluey-grey colour, with the balance of the stone featuring earthy colours ranging from bronze tones and sandy browns, occasional white faces to slightly greener highlights.

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Request price / brochure
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