Our experience in the stone industry is unrivalled. We are often described as pioneers or mavericks to those in the know.
Our extensive net of suppliers around the globe, of which only a few get to be part of the Paris Ceramics Suppliers Club, is second to none. Every stone sourced has been carefully selected with strict quality control in place, quarry supplies have been checked for consistency and future availability, methods of quarrying have to meet our safety and quality standards. These is so much involved with procuring stone.
Due to our expertise with antique floors we are also applying hand finishing and machined techniques to texture, to age and enhance the appearance of our new stones. Often clients wish to age the floors so they have the look and feel of an antique floor, or they simply want to have new and exciting textures and finishes.
Whatever the brief, you can be sure Paris Ceramics will do its very best to meet your expectations.
This unique stone is sometimes referred to as Fern Stone due to the peerless veining that resembles the branches of the fern plant. more..
This extraordinary hand textured stone comes from the areas surrounding Jerusalem. more..
This hard wearing, medium density stone will immediately add a strong period look to any setting. more..
Antiqued Refined Limestone has been developed by Paris Ceramics to give the surfaces of new stone an authentic aged appearance. more..
Completely versatile, this neutral stone is both warm and cool toned at the same time. more..
This very special stone is perhaps the most classic of all the English limestone. more..
This understated and polite stone adds elegance to any decorative scheme whether traditional or modern more..
Cenia Blue limestone has extreme hardness, rendering it virtually impossible to work. more..
Cotswold Limestone is an open grained limestone from the Cotswold’s in England. more..
The close-grained texture of the Refined limestone comes from beds laid down during the Jurassic period some 90 million years ago. more..
Indian Sandstone Parquet is a lustrous burnt amber toned sandstone and is extremely hard wearing more..
As its name implies, this extraordinary stone comes from the areas surrounding Jerusalem. more..
This limestone, dating from the Jurassic period 80-90 million years ago, was used for the construction of Lincoln Cathedral during the 14th century. more..
Living up to its name, Mountain Black is available on the grandest of scale. Each tile measures approximately five square feet. more..
Negev Limestone is quarried from the hills surrounding Jerusalem and has been used since Roman times. more..
New Distressed Jerusalem Stones are a new product developed by Paris Ceramics. The goal was to create the effect of an antique floor using new materials. more..
Eighty miles from Sofia on the edge of the Balkans lie the hills where this hard-wearing limestone is quarried. more..
The close grained texture of the refined limestone originates from beds laid down during the Jurassic period, some 90 million years ago. Although the stone has been used locally for centuries, it is only relatively recently that its qualities have been appreciated on a larger scale, mainly due to the introduction of modern cutting equipment. more..
Second Face Bourgogne is the “second surface” of the Antique Dalle de Bourgogne flagstones. more..
Second Face Tumbled Bourgogne Limestone is from the Burgundy region of France and is an extremely hard wearing stone. more..
This pattern is inspired by the 17th century parquetry wood floors, a technique originally created for Versailles. more..
Tumbled Refined Limestone is adaptable to almost any interior, this extraordinary material looks great with our honed French refined limestone, as well as our unique Antiqued Refined Limestone. more..
White Bulgarian and Parchment Yellow Bulgarian Limestone is quarried from the edge of the Balkans. more..
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