Hawthorne Natural Thin Stone Veneer
Hawthorne is a natural sandstone thin veneer cut into consistent 12” x 24” panels. The pieces have a natural or split back due to the consistent 1” thick layers of the quarry. The split back will have no impact on the installation or the durability. The sandstone quarry where we produce Hawthorne has two distinct colors due to the varying minerals settling between the layers of stone. We show the product as a blend of gray/blue and brown pieces just as it comes out of the quarry. When ordering you can request a specified ratio of colors depending on your design goals. The color ratio will never be exact as some stones have both colors within the same piece.
The style of the stone indicates the overall dimensions, shape, and pattern in which they are laid. For more information about each style, and which style you should choose, visit the Natural Stone Veneer Style Guide. ↗
Color: Copper Tones, Earthy Browns, Grey Tones, Sky Tones
Stone Type: Sandstone
The stone type indicates the mineral compositions and properties of the stone. All Quarry Mill natural stone veneers are premium quality real stone and pass all code requirements. For more information about each type, visit the Natural Stone Vener Types Guide. ↗
Origin: Made in the USA
Approved for all applications due to the high compressive strength and low water absorption of the stone.
Type: Individual Pieces of Stone
Method: Pallet Shipped
Lead Time: Approximately 4 to 6 weeks
Minimum Order: 300 Square Feet
The freight company will call in advance to schedule a delivery appointment. A forklift or skid-steer with pallet forks is required on-site at time of delivery.
Free shipping on orders over $8,000. $500 flat rate shipping on orders less than $8,000. Quarry Mill ships anywhere in the USA with standard access.
Lengths: 4” - 16”
Depths: ¾” - 1-½”
Weight: 13 - 15 lb. per square foot
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