Reclaimed Historic Calumet & Hecla Cape Ann Granite
Video Presentation on Granite and Expansion that
was used at the De la Terre Bistro
(now Denali Restaurant)
on the Jan 23rd 2011"Open House"
PART I - "History of Calumet & Hecla Reclaimed Granite
Part II - "Expansion of Superior Woodworks"
Part III - "Hiawatha Log Home Pictorial"
Photo of Industial Loft Apartment application
End Table below was custom made by customer - Nice job John!!
P.S. - The logo was added into the center of this piece by custom water jet cutting application
Customer used Old Buffet base re-purposed as a Kitchen Island - Great Idea Becky!
Custom Kitchenette in Guest House
New vanity base cabinet made to look like a re-purposed
Dresser application - Again... another very neat Idea by customer
This image is directly off the polishing line. Areas are still wet
as well as "polishing film" needs to be cleaned off.
Below is the original "Bay View Green" color.
REFLECTION FROM FLASH AND SUROUNDING WALLS AFFECTED
THE COLORATION OF THE PICTURES. ALL SURFACES WERE CONSISTANT
IN COLOR WITH THE BEST REPRESENTAION IN THE SINK "UP CLOSE" IMAGE
First Vanity Top from Silver stock below. Logo was added into
slab per customer location request (not in a original bolt hole).
Below images are from De la Terre Saloon Bar top
This beautiful Emerald/Auburn/Olive/Silver/Black granite is a Reclaimed
resource of the once mighty Calumet & Hecla Mining Company which was the industrial
leader in Copper Mining in the late 1800's and early 1900's and employed thousands
of local miners and support personnel. When the Copper mines were closed
and the immense infrastructure of buildings and industrial sites were taken
down, all the steel was recycled. No one at the time realized the potential
beauty of these "Granite Mill Blocks". These blocks of solid stone were
designed into SO many of C&H's machines as giant "washers" for spreading
out the incredible forces which the foundations needed to absorb.
In their rough state, they look like just giant blocks of concrete, but only a
trained eye noticed their incredible value. They literally were going to
be thrown into Lake Superior as break walls!!!! Research has placed their
original quarry site to be in some of the country's first commercial granite
quarry's located in the Cape Ann area of Massachusetts, namely the
Rockport Granite Company. These first quarry's only operated in the late 1800's
and closed in the early 1900's, all of which are filled with water now.
We are offering this Authentic/Historic Granite custom cut and polished
for your home project. Call for more info!!
Laser Etched Authentic C&H Logo from 1940's "News and Views" newspaper
Granite C&H Logo "Coasters" available and sold separately
(not of historic stock though)
3-3/4" diameter x 3/8" thick
$25 each w/tax included
these granite disk logos will be used as "Historical Badges"
for the counter tops and will be physically inserted and sealed
into your piece of history! (Available option - not required)
Nine Slabs waiting for Final Cutting into Custom Counter Tops!
This could be your new historical granite counter!!!!!!!
NO PORTION OF THIS SITE
MAY BE REPRODUCED OR USED WITHOUT CONSENT FROM
SUPERIOR WOODWORKS, INC.
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