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CANADIAN GRANITE SELECTION
Choosing a granite to compliment your design is just one step to personalizing your memorial. Whether you are interested in a highly polished black granite that is perfect for a dramatic etching or a warm red granite that reminds you of your drives through northern Ontario, you can be sure that when you purchase a monument at Campbell Monument that it will be made out of highest quality, monumental-grade granite available.
The sample tiles shown below are only a small selection of the many different granite colours available. The colours shown on the tiles may appear slightly different in real life as each computer monitor will display colours differently.
A fine grained black granite with very fine 'silver' fleck. Like other dark granites, Belfast Black is ideal for V-Cut and Raised lettering as well as for very detailed etchings. This highly prized black granite is found in Southern Africa.
This beautiful and dark black granite offers bold contrast for lettering and designs and is ideal to use for etchings.
A fine grained granite from South Africa with a versatile and incredible deep, dark charcoal grey colour. Tight, consistent grain that has high contrast for V-Cut and Raised lettering styles. Impala Blue can also be used for some etchings where fine detail isn't crucial.
A beautiful, dark charcoal grey granite with a variegated patten containing random wisps of speckled white. Gem Mist offers high contrast with V-Cut and Raised lettering styles and can be used for some etchings (ideal for water and sky scenes). This granite is quarried in the St. Peters area of Pennsylvania., just outside of Philedelphia and has been used since the 1880's.
A beautiful light coloured grey granite with a very consistent grain pattern. It has been used for over a century across eastern North America and is quarried in Graniteville, Vermont, USA. It is the standard by which all other grey granites are measured.
Another in the Barre family of grey granites. Quarried in Graniteville, Vermont, these grey granites have been used in the monument and architectural fields since 1885.
Another option in the family of grey granites. This granite is quarried in Stanstead, Quebec.
A beautiful fine-grained granite composed of pink and rose coloured grain. Quarried from Laurentian Mountains of Lac Des Ecorces, Quebec. This granite has been a monumental standard for over 100 years.
This fine grained pink granite is quarried in Vermillion Bay in northern Ontario.
A soft pink colour, not polished. Similar design possibilities as Steeled Barre.
A beautiful medium grained granite composed of vibrant autumn red and pale magenta and black contrasting grain.
A medium grained granite with natural, earthy colours. This granite is also quarried in Vermillion Bay, Ontario.
IMPORTED GRANITE SELECTION
A granite imported from Norway, Blue Pearl is a beautifully reflective granite with a large grain. Bright flecks of silver-blue and black.
An imported granite consisting of swirls of light and dark blues speckled with a dark brick red.
An imported granite, Paradiso is a medium grained granite with a beautiful swirled pattern of light grey, dark grey, and a dusty-rose red.
An imported granite, medium grained with a variegated pattern of dark charcoal grey and brick red.
Note: Imported granite choices can have unpredictable grain and colour patterns and are not eligible for our Campbell-Craft Guarantee.
Campbell Monument began its journey in the late 1800s when John Campbell began working at Moore Monuments in Stirling, Ontario. In 1907 John left Stirling and opened his own monument business, Trenton Marble Works in 1909, to be eventually renamed Campbell & Sons Monuments. John's son Arnold Clifton Campbell became a partner in the business around 1922 and then left the business at 30 years of age in 1931 when he opened his own business, Campbell Monument, at 21 Bridge Street in Belleville, Ontario. In 1951 A.C. Campbell's son, William (Bill), joined the family business and took over operations as owner in 1958. In 1984 the company was then sold to the employees and has been an employee-run business since. Campbell Monument remained at the Bridge Street address until 1989 when it was then relocated to our present address at 712 Dundas Street West in Belleville, Ontario.
In 2009 we celebrated our 100th Anniversary and with sales showrooms, in Belleville, Pembroke, Lindsay, Cobourg and Port Hope we continue to be the leading provider of monuments in Hastings County and beyond.