Greenwich Gray Can Be a Bit More Formal

Often when Greenwich Gray is split you can see bits of white and wandering veins that have a bit of a green hue. There are beautiful darker grays in conjunction with lighter grays. It is very earthy especially as a contrasting color that looks even darker when surrounded by a lighter color.

Greenwich Gray’s seam – where the stone naturally splits –  can sometimes turn brown. The brown sometimes comes from minerals that the stone absorbed as water passed over it during some ancient water event.

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