The typical colors of granite used for cobblestone are speckled black, gray, pink, and white. The alkali feldspar is what gives the distinctive pink color, and the number of crystals adds to the speckled appearance. Their color is based on the geographic location of the geologic make-up of the quarry. Another factor is where the area it is extracted from. The stone is an igneous rock that forms when magma cools slowly beneath the earth’s surface. Forming large easily visible crystals of feldspar, quartz, and mica. Cobblestone blocks are hand-cut to have a tumbled appearance; being hand cut, the Cobblestone sizes vary slightly but are consistent.
Common Uses For Colored Granite Cobblestones:
Edging for Planters
*Colored Granite Cobblestones are available as a Special Order Only.