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Quality Natural Stone Supplier in Northumberland

We supply, manufacture, restore, and repair a wide range of natural stones, crafting them into hardwearing, stunning surfaces. We are trusted natural stone suppliers in Northumberland and the Scottish Borders. We take great pride in the sustainability and durability of our natural stone, which in turn maximises cost-effectiveness. Roluna Stone has been trading for over 20 years, providing us with a wealth of experience and industry knowledge. With us, our customers will benefit from personal consultation, expert advice and most of all, the utmost attention to ensure you are happy from the beginning of the project, to the end. So, why not get in touch with our team today?

Doddington Pink Sandstone

Doddington Pink Sandstone is a durable sandstone quarried at the foot of the Cheviot Hills, situated in the Northumberland National Park. It is ideal for all dimensional stone applications as well as stone carving. It is a tight-grained stone with little or no discolouration.

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Northumberland Buff Sandstone

Quarried in Northumberland near Hexham.

This is a course sandstone with sometimes small markings and iron flecks. It is medium hard and well-suited for walling and any other external applications.

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Dukes Sandstone

Dukes Sandstone or sometimes called Gritstone is quarried in Derbyshire.

This stone has excellent weathering properties and is most commonly used for façade applications. It has pink/lilac/purple colours with beautiful bed markings.

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Cove Red Sandstone

Quarried at Kirk Patrick Fleming in Southern Scotland.
Cove Red is a fine grained, warm terracotta-red coloured sandstone.
The stone can have distinct bed markings, giving it an interesting characteristic. It is suitable for most masonry applications

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Peakmoor Buff Sandstone

Quarried on Stanton Moor situated in the Peak District National Park.

Peakmoor Buff is a fine to medium grained sandstone, predominantly buff in colour with occasional pink markings and brown iron intrusions. It is essentially a free stone and therefore almost equally durable in most common masonry applications, whichever way it's natural bed is laid.

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