Popular among Europe's cathedrals and public spaces, this flagstone is reclaimed from the Bourgogne region of France. Many of the pieces have retained the hand-made effect of the bouchard technique, used to flatten the tops of these very dense, difficult-to-cut stones. Colors range from caramels and taupes to deep browns and greys.
Due to its size irregularity, usually laid in the opus pattern
Great for use on countertops due to its thickness
Can be used outdoors
Note: Once reclaimed, stone must be cut due to thickness variation (±3-6"). When special ordered, thickness can be cut to client's specifications, as thin as 1".
Because nothing compares to seeing the real thing, we invite you to visit our showroom to enjoy the beauty of our products in person. While Chateau Domingue makes every effort to accurately represent the color and character of its products on this website, variations as a result of photography are inevitable.
Variations in shade, flow, grain, tonality, veining, texture and pattern are inherent to all naturals materials, including wood, stone, ceramic and similar products. Variations in facial dimensions and thickness are also inherent in reclaimed, recovered and antique architectural materials. Materials should be installed by pulling from all crates or boxes to insure optimal blending. Any claims for excessive variation or obvious defects after installation will not be accepted.