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New York Stone and Tile
Founded in 1988 our company has expertise in the international marble market and consulting with our clients for any kind of project.
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New York Stone and Tile Oct 30
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New York Stone and Tile Oct 2
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New York Stone and Tile Sep 29
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New York Stone and Tile Sep 24
Just posted a photo @ Jersey City, New Jersey
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New York Stone and Tile Sep 16
Just posted a photo @ Jersey City, New Jersey
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New York Stone and Tile Sep 15
Just posted a photo @ Jersey City, New Jersey
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New York Stone and Tile Sep 8
Welcome back, everyone! The long weekend maybe over but New York Stone is open for in-person visits. As always, our inventory is filled with intricate and mesmerizing stones to wow you. _____
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New York Stone and Tile Sep 2
New York Stone provides wholesale selection of natural stone suitable for commercial and residential buyers. Virtual Session or in-person appointment is available. Please call 201-656-6200 or visit our website…
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New York Stone and Tile Sep 1
With hundreds of natural stone slabs and tile in stock, New York Stone is the premier destination for project material. _____
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New York Stone and Tile Aug 19
A kitchen any party guest would covet. Running their hand over the counter, admiring the crisscrossed white webbing pattern through the clear surface, they're already planning on copying your design as they ask…
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New York Stone and Tile Aug 18
In our own minds we may be kings, queens, and princesses, but inevitably, real life will interfere. Most must be content with life's little luxuries: a languid bubble bath, a vintage wine, the occasional vacation.…
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New York Stone and Tile Aug 17
No matter the hour, regardless of the sort of day you've had, despite all the rest of the world going about their business outside your door... Once one steps foot into this dreamscape of Italian white marble, all…
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New York Stone and Tile Aug 14
There was that one kid in school: kind of quirky, a bit quiet, maybe an outsider...but having a certain *something*. Many years later: an article, a news story, a Tweet: that kid, all grown up, has done remarkable…
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New York Stone and Tile Aug 13
On any given day in the Brazilian Pantanal--a location teeming with life--one can witness a scene of green in the wetlands & swamps: frogs, toads, snakes, caimans, rocks peeking from beneath dark still waters, sandy…
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New York Stone and Tile Aug 12
An estuary (mouth) of a river, is the area where a river meets the sea or ocean, where fresh water from the river meets salt water from the sea. Azul Boquira in Portuguese means "Blue Mouth", an image easily conjured…
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New York Stone and Tile Aug 11
Cavendish Beach (Prince Edward Island, Canada), Rabida Island (The Galapagos, Ecuador), Kokkini Beach (Santorini, Greece), Kaihalulu Beach (Maui, Hawai'i): What do all these locations have in common? Red sand…
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New York Stone and Tile Aug 10
Turbulant swirls, chunks, chips, and (practically) protean shapes populate the chaotic composition of Donatello Grey quartizite.Optically provocative, this hard-as-nails stone from Brazil, with small eddies of…
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New York Stone and Tile Aug 7
Just as Michelangelo, the crown prince of Renaissance art, perfectly captured humanity by transcending mere flesh-and-bone, Calacatta Michelangelo marble brings an ethereal quality to a space. Much as its namesake…
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New York Stone and Tile Aug 6
Lake water so clear the sole color comes from the silty beige bottom, glassy surface broken only by the occasional soft ripple. Even when a small creature zips across the floor disturbing the sand, just a trace dusty…
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New York Stone and Tile Aug 5
Legendary: White Carrara marble. Doubtless the most well-known marble in the entire world, it has taken many forms: sculpted art expression, used as a "foundation" design element for many celebrated buildings around…
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