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The original variation of this stone combination came from a customer wanting something reminiscent of the look and feel of basements of an old Quebec lodge or bar.   This took the imagination of masons familiar with the locale and connections to 6 quarries in Ontario and Quebec to pull this together.

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No rubble pieces, and mason squared many of the stone up. No rubble pieces, and mason squared many of the stone up. No rubble pieces, and mason squared many of the stone up. Frontenac Frontenac
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