Algonquin Limestone with a honed finish displays warm neutral “earthy” tones. Light brown-beige with a subtle fleuri pattern. This stone is indigenous to the Wiarton, Ontario, Canada region and is not known to exist anywhere else throughout the world. Honed Algonquin is generally used in interior applications while the sandblasted and smooth sanded finishes are popular choices for exterior cladding and cut stone masonry.

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Description: Subtle fleuri pattern
Colour: Warm neutral buff with grey and black veins
Finishes: Honed, Polished, Sandblasted, Smoothsanded, Bush-hammered (Fleuri only)
Applications: Exterior, Interior
Products: Tiles, Slabs, Panels
Maximum Vein Cut Width: 12”, Call for updates on width.
Maximum Fleuri/Vein Length: 96”
Maximum Fleuri Width: 48”
Comments: Often referred to “Hariri Pontarini’s signature stone”

ASTM Physical Test Results
Absorption by Weight C97 - 2.27%
Density C97 - 156.7 lbs/ cu.ft
Compressive Strength C170 - 22,729 psi
Modulus of Rupture C99 - 1,823 psi
Abrasion Resistance C241 - Not Tested


Limestone being a natural product will always vary in both colour and texture.