Spokane Fireplace Posted on May 9, 2016March 9, 2017 by admin Texas Carmel Lueders Limestone10′ x 18″ x 8′Here are Dave the master installer and the client’s boyfriend Jim, finishing up after a VERY long day of installing. Texas Carmel Lueders LimestoneThe header in natural light. This stone is so hard it took months to finish the entire fireplace, and the grass eventually almost covered the stones by the time it was completed. Texas Carmel Lueders Limestone, 10 x 18″ x 8′Installed. twelve plus hours of installing. Texas Carmel Leuders Limestone Texas Carmel Lueders LimestoneI send my client’s process shots as I go. This is the mantle, as it looked the day I finished it. Texas Carmel Lueders LimestoneThis is the crown, and one of the last pieces I finished before the delivery. The client visit. She liked it. I am always happy when a client visits the shop and sees the process and work first hand. She was a fun person to work for and with. I brought quarry blocks up from Texas and had them slabbed. The tools involved in the industry are wonderful to see in action. I share this kind of process shot with my clients as the work unfolds. Texas Carmel Lueders LimestoneThis stone was so hard that I had slash and burn even this tiny detail. Beautiful stone, but HARD!