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Stone Yards NY, NJ, CT

Posted by Melly73 (My Page) on
Thu, Jul 18, 13 at 16:06

Hi all, I'm hoping to get some help looking for a slab of white Carrara marble. So far I've been to PMI in Long Island City, HG Stone in Brooklyn and Everest Marble in CT. I keep finding slabs I love but they are either too thick (2") or too thin (3/4"). Any recommendations for stone yards would be great and even better if anyone could recommend somewhere I could visit a few place all near to each other. Everest was the best place I've been to so far in terms of selection and helpfulness. Thank for any help.


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RE: Stone Yards NY, NJ, CT

Try Arena Stone in NJ. I got my calacatta there. They have loads of white marbles.


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RE: Stone Yards NY, NJ, CT

Try marble.com. You cant even chat with them online and see if they have any instock.


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RE: Stone Yards NY, NJ, CT

Not sure how far east on Long Island you're willing to go but you can check out Nash (they're in Farmingdale) and here's the link to their inventory:

http://nash-inventory.smugmug.com/Other/MARBLE/21069130_MvKdWq#!i=2243880208&k=XBL45q2

Looks like they have a bunch of 3 cm. I will say though that we got our 2 slabs of Crema Marfil from them and they're supposed to be "premium" but our fabricator wasn't a fan of the 3 cm slab so we ended up getting it elsewhere. At least you can take a look online before making a trek. Good luck!


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RE: Stone Yards NY, NJ, CT

In CT, these have huge selections. I purchased my counter from Ferazzoli. No complaints.

New Haven - elemarnewengland.com
Middletown (adjacent to Rt 91) ferazzoli-imports.com


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RE: Stone Yards NY, NJ, CT

Fordham marble stamford ct
Paramount stone stamford ct


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RE: Stone Yards NY, NJ, CT

K&K Marble on Long Island (Bethpage?) might have what you need.


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RE: Stone Yards NY, NJ, CT

Thanks all these suggestion are great!


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RE: Stone Yards NY, NJ, CT

Marble and Granite in Milford shows what they have available on their website. marbleandgranite.com


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RE: Stone Yards NY, NJ, CT

Stone world imports in Farmingdale, ny- Vinny was able to order White Statuary from Carrara Italy for us, (5) slabs two pairs were book matched.

http://www.stoneworldimports.com/

you could also try European Granite
http://www.egmcorp.com/

ABC Stone in Westbury or Brooklyn
http://abcworldwidestone.com/


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RE: Stone Yards NY, NJ, CT

Stone world imports in Farmingdale, ny- Vinny was able to order White Statuary from Carrara Italy for us, (5) slabs two pairs were book matched.

http://www.stoneworldimports.com/

you could also try European Granite
http://www.egmcorp.com/

ABC Stone in Westbury or Brooklyn
http://abcworldwidestone.com/


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RE: Stone Yards NY, NJ, CT

OHM international shows both honed and polished for their Monroe NJ location


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RE: Stone Yards NY, NJ, CT

After visiting a few of these places (Arena was wonderful) I finally found a piece at Walker Zanger's slab showroom in Mt. Vernon. Thank you for all your suggestion!


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