Vermont Verde Antique Marble Quarry

(Green Marble From United States)
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Vermont Verde Antique Marble Quarry


Material:Vermont Green Marble,Vermont Verde Antique Marble


Quarry Location: United States-Sugar Hollow Road Pittsford, Vermont



United States-Vermont-Pittsford

Business Type: Quarry Owner,Contractor,Factory,Exporter

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Main Products:Vermont Verde Antique, Marble Blocks, Vermont Verde Antique, Marble Slabs

Contact Person:Mike

Phone:(802) 767-4421

Fax:(802) 767-4423

Addr:2561 Sugar Hollow Road Pittsford, Vermont 05763

Website:Supplier Website

Vermont Verde Antique® is an exotic deep green serpentine marble which is crossed by veins of lighter green and white markings. It also contains traces of metallic compounds causing brilliant reflections that give it a vibrant quality not seen in other stones.
Serpentine is a major rock forming mineral and is found as a constituent in many metamorphic and weathered igneous rocks. Serpentine’s structure is composed of layers of silicate tetrahedrons linked into sheets; this structure is what gives Verde Antique its high flexural strength rating.
Vermont Verde Antique’s color range is good with the main modifications being the size and amount of veining. Because of these properties it is one of the few marbles that can be polished and used in both interior and exterior applications.
Vermont Verde Antique is available in slab and tile form and also for cut to size projects. We have a large inventory of both blocks and slabs in our warehouse at all times.

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Buyers' Request

Dear Sir/Madam We are looking for Vermont Verde Antique so we would like to come visit see and check the material and then we talk about prices
I am looking for four marble cylinders, about 3.25" diameter and about 15" long, in a dark color. (To be made into legs for a cocktail table.) Can ou help? If not, can you suggest who might? Many thanks for whatever help you can give.
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