Stone of the Year
Vermont Quarries has sponsored the 2022 Natural Stone Institute Stone of the Year. Olympian White Danby marble will be featured on 2022 member certificates, membership code of ethics, and association marketing materials throughout the year.
Olympian White Danby marble is quarried and manufactured in Danby, Vermont. This marble’s low absorption rate (0.08%) makes it versatile for use on interior and exterior projects. World renowned architects and designers have specified Olympian White Danby on floors, walls, kitchen countertops, bathroom vanity tops, reception desks, pavers, and even on the inside of a pool. The soft white background with very little movement makes this marble a great choice for almost any project.
For more information on Olympian White Danby marble, please click here.
Past “Stone of the Year” recipients
2021 – Calacatta Columbus marble by Granitos Zucchi
2020 – Tesoro Bianco marble by Granitos Zucchi
2019 – Labradorite Bianca by Sun Minerals Madagascar
2018 – Desert Beige Marble by Egymar International and International Marble Company
2017 – Las Vegas Rock by Cereser & Las Vegas Rock
2016 – Lundhs Blue by Lundhs
2015 – White Diamond by Cereser
2014 – Rossette by TAB India Granites Pvt Ltd
2013 – Bethel White by Rock of Ages
2012 – Echo Lake by Coldspring
2011 – Irish Green by Antolini Luigi
2010 – German Greenstone by JMS
2009 – Vermont Verde Antique by Vermont Verde Antique LLC
2008 – Masi Quartzite
2007 – PP4 Black Granite by Gem Granites
2006 – Kasota Valley Limestone by Coldspring
2005 – Giallo Corallo by Testi Group
2004 – Silver Cloud Imperial by Fletcher Granite
2003 – Sequoia by Testi Group
2002 – Golden Vyara
2001 – Black Saint Laurent
2000 – Glacier Bluff Minnesota Stone by Vetter Stone Company
1999 – Sunset Red by Coldspring
1998 - Verde Issorie
1997 – Scheherazade Vein by New Mexico Travertine
1996 – Tadoussac by Granicor
1995 - Bianca Rosa
To inquire about sponsoring a future Stone of the Year, contact Jeff Pavic at email@example.com.
Starting in 2022, the Stone of the Year will alternate between North American companies (even years) and International (odd years).