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MCDONALD STONE CO. 

INVENTORY

Natural Stone

Choose from a wide variety of shapes, sizes, hues, textures, and species, sourced from mountainous areas. Our natural stone products are shipped to us exactly how they come out of the ground. Once an order is placed, the stone is taken out of inventory and brush blasted to clean dirt and debris. Once engraving is complete, epoxy (as needed) and a penetrating sealer are applied to provide long lasting protection against outdoor elements. 

This is a general overview of the stone products we offer. To view our entire inventory, please visit our Design Office in New London, Mo. We welcome walk-ins, but an appointment is highly recommended to ensure an artisan and operator are on location to assist you with the design process.

 

Please call 844-51-STONE to schedule a

Design Appointment, today! 

Cost of stone only: $0.50/lb. < 6" thick  |  $1.00/lb. > 6" thick or combination structure 

Arkansas Rainbow 

Lapis Blue

Rocky Mountain Red

Inventory of our Natural Stone in Forest Stone.
Inventory of our Natural Stone in Forest Stone.
Inventory of our Natural Stone in Forest Stone.

Forest Stone

Inventory of our Living Stone.
Inventory of our Living Stone.
Inventory of our Living Stone.
Inventory of our Living Stone.
Inventory of our Living Stone.

Living Stone

Inventory of our Missouri Granite with pre-engraved artwork by Kevin Hale
Inventory of our Missouri Granite with pre-engraved artwork by Kevin Hale
Inventory of our Missouri Granite.
Inventory of our Missouri Granite.
Inventory of our Missouri Granite.
Inventory of our Missouri Granite.
Inventory of our Missouri Granite.
Inventory of our Missouri Granite.

Missouri Granite 

Introducing Historic Native Missouri Granite, an exquisite product of nature exclusive in this part of the country to our stone inventory!

Derived from some of the earliest quarries open in the state of Missouri, most of the previous work with this particular granite was done prior to the 1900s. Members of the Osage Tribe were amongst the first to utilize this stone to make ax heads long before European settlers arrived. Later, after a long exploration of mountainous regions, two Native Scotsmen skilled in the art of mining would settle in Missouri due to the superior quality of granite found in our state. This granite can be cut, polished, and laser engraved or remain in its natural form for engraving. 

Polished Granite
Polished Granite
Polished Granite with porcelain artwork
Polished Granite
Polished Granite
Polished Granite
Polished Granite
Polished Granite

Traditional Polished Granite

Pre-engraved landscape stones
Pre-engraved landscape stones
Pre-engraved landscape stones