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Oamaru stone is an absolutely stunning, all natural and NZ limestone, valued by home owners and architects alike, for both traditional and contemporary projects where every piece is pure and naturally unique.
This natural material adds beauty and permanence to buildings standing the test of time in many iconic NZ buildings.
Oamaru stone is suitable for external cladding, decorative mouldings, interior areas, furniture, fireplaces and landscaping. Panels are available in custom sizes and with various textures from smooth to patterned.
Whatever your inspiration, using our supersized 5-axis CNC machine we are able to supply sculpted, carved, shaped limestone direct from the quarry on time and within budget.
Bring in your project plans and have them priced up by our estimating team and if you decide to use Oamaru stone, receive a $250 voucher towards an item of furniture or a fireplace, created with our CNC machine. You may choose from our standard range of products, or an entirely bespoke piece to compliment the use of Oamaru stone in your project.
This offer is only valid for visitors to the Waikato Home Show The project must include a minimum of 100m2 of Oamaru stone The project would need to be confirmed by 5th October 2021 Our standard terms and conditions of trade apply
If you like the look of any of our limestone products, feel free to place a bid on them. All proceeds raised will be donated to Diabetes NZ, or if you know another cause, you can nominate which charity you would like us to use these proceeds to support.
Each Oamaru stone item has a reserve amount listed. You will need to write you name and best contact phone number, along with your bid. The winning bid will be whichever is the highest bid. Bidding closes at 1pm Sunday 4th October 2020, no bids will be accepted after this time. Winning bidders will be called between 1-2pm, if they are not at the show. The winning bidder will need to be available to collect the item between 3-6pm on Sunday 4th October. Items may be paid for with cash or bank deposit.
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