Quarried Coral Stone known as Florida Keystone is only found in ocean communities along the coast of the Florida Keys. These stones offer rich textures and unique visual appeal when used in architecture and Landscaping.
Keystone is very diverse both in Fossil content and texture depending on the land where it was excavated. In some areas of the Florida Keys the Keystone will have large sections of fossilized Brain Coral, and other sections are composed of smaller shells different Corals and fossilized plants.
Florida Keystone offers a unique beauty found in no other stone, both texturally and visually. The fossil imprints and roughness contrast well with turned, cut and carved shapes, while the ancient origins of the fossil imprints create a timeless appeal. Keystone is a very versatile material that gives freedom of custom stone design in interiors and exteriors, columns and balustrades, moldings and fountains. Mixing Keystone, Hemmingway Dense Oolite and Caribbean Coralina is very common and adds limitless design possibilities.
Keystone is available in many shapes and sizes including:
- Ashlar both square and random lengths up to 28” x 28”
- Flagstone typically has two flat surfaces 1” or 2” thick with 2sq ft – 4sq ft face.
- Roughback Keystone has one flat surface and one rough surface available 2” – 6” thick with 3 sq ft of surface
- Split face Keystone come in random ashler pattern 1” or 2” thick and heights of 3 1/4” – 7” – 10 3/4”- 14 1/2” in random lengths.
Custom Shapes are available upon request.
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