Acqua Marina
African Red
Alma Grey
Andromeda White
Angola Black
Angola Silver
Arabescato Corchia
Arabescato Cervaiole
Arabescato Orobico
Arabescato Vagli
Aran White
Atlantic Stone
Aurisina Fiorito
Azul Louro
Azul Aran
Azul Bahia
Azul Imperial
Azul Macaubas
Azul Platino
Baltic Brown
Bateig Beige
Bateig Blue
Belgian Black
Belgian Fossil
Bethel White
Bianco Covelano
Bianco Iberico
Bon Accord
Bianco Macaubas
Bianco V
Black Forest
Black Horse
Blue De Savoie
Botticino Classico
Botticino Fiorito
Breccia Capraia
Breccia Fantastico
Breccia Supreme
Breccia Vagli
Brown Silk
Calacatta Oro
Calacatta Michaelangelo
Calacatta Portugal
Calacatta Vagli
Calacatta Verde
Calacatta Viola
Carib Gold
Colonial Gold
Colonial White
Cosmic Black
Crema Evora
Crema Marfil
Daino Reale
Dakota Mahogany
Diamond Fall
Dolomite White
Dove Nuvolato
Duke White
Elegante Grey
Eramosa Crosscut
Eramosa Vein Cut
Fior Di Bosco
Fior Di Pesco Carnico
Fusion Blue
Fusion Fire
Fusion Wow Light
Fusion Wow Multicolour
Gold Macaubus
Golden Eclipse
Grey Marquina
Grigio Billiemi
Grigio Carnico
Gris Pulpis
Gris Versilia
Himalayan White
Ivory Fantasy
Juparana Rio
Jura Beige
Jura Blue Grey
Kashmir Gold
Kashmir White
Kuru Grey
Labrador Black
Labradorite Bianca
Lady Dream
Lemon Spice
Lemuiran Blue
London White
Luana Multicolour
Luna Pearl
LUNDHS Antique
LUNDHS Antique Silk
LUNDHS Blue Silk
LUNDHS Emerald
LUNDHS Emerald Silk
LUNDHS Royal Silk
Magma Black
Magma Gold
Majestic Brown
Marinace Aquarius
Marinace Black and White
Marinace Black and Gold
Marinace Rosso
Marinace Verde
Marron Imperial
Matrix Satinato
Marron Coheiba
Midnight Blue
Moca Creme
Moleanos Blue
Moleanos Fine Grain
Moon Agate
Moroccan Black Fossil
Mystic Platinum
Nero Portoro
Noir St. Laurent
Nordic Sunset
Olive Green
Oman White
Onyx Cappucino
Onyx Green
Onyx Pink
Onyx Silver
Onyx Smeraldo
Opera DArte
Pakistan Black and Gold
Palissandro Classico
Palissandro Nuvolato
Panda White
Panna Fragola
Paradiso Classico
Pietra Del Cardosa
Pietra Piasentina
Pietra Serena
Radianz Quartz – Acacia
Radianz Quartz – Adirondak Birch
Radianz Quartz – Aleutian White
Radianz Quartz – Antigua Beach
Radianz Quartz – Aster
Radianz Quartz – Bristol Beige
Radianz Quartz – Columbia Grey
Radianz Quartz – Denali Cloud
Radianz Quartz – Diamond White
Radianz Quartz – Eiger Slope
Radianz Quartz – Elbrus Boulder
Radianz Quartz – Everest White
Radianz Quartz – Gentle Grey
Radianz Quartz – Gold Canyon Grey
Radianz Quartz – Imperial Grey
Radianz Quartz – Juniper
Radianz Quartz – Kauai Cream
Radianz Quartz – Kunlun Ink
Radianz Quartz – Lucern Lake
Radianz Quartz – Makalu Silver
Radianz Quartz – Mauna Loa Black
Radianz Quartz – Milan Macchiato
Radianz Quartz – Mirama Bronze
Radianz Quartz – Mont Blanc Snow
Radianz Quartz – Napoli Beige
Radianz Quartz – Olympus Peak
Radianz Quartz – Orion
Radianz Quartz – Rio
Radianz Quartz – Saltoro Cliff
Radianz Quartz – Sierra Bedrock
Radianz Quartz – St. Helens White
Radianz Quartz – Toluca Sand
Radianz Quartz – Ural Grey
Radianz Quartz – Verona Verde
Rainforest Green
Rosa Tea
Rose Aurora
Rose Aurora Estramoz
Rosso Bilbao
Rosso Levanto
Rosso Luana
Royal Blue
Sapien Stone – Arabescato
Sapien Stone – Basalt Black
Sapien Stone – Basalt Cream
Sapien Stone – Bianco Lasa
Sapien Stone – Bright Onyx
Sapien Stone – Brown Earth
Sapien Stone – Calacatta
Sapien Stone – Calacatta Statuario
Sapien Stone – Grey Earth
Sapien Stone – Light Earth
Sapien Stone – Malm Black
Sapien Stone – Malm Grey
Sapien Stone – Pietra Grey
Sapien Stone – Premium White
Sapien Stone – Sand Earth
Sapien Stone – Uni Ice
Sapien Stone – Urban Antracite
Sapien Stone – Urban Argento
Sapphire Brown
Silver Cloud
Silver Wave
Silver Wind
St. Hubert
Steel Grey
Stonethica – Bardiglio
Stonethica – Carrara Mix
Stonethica – Pietra Cardoso
Strata Brown
Striato Olympo
Super White
Taj Mahal
Tan Brown
Terra Bianca
Thunder White
Topaz White
Travertine Cross-Cut
Tropical Black
Typhoon Green
Valley White
Verde Bamboo
Verde Cristina
Verde Fantastico
Verde Lapponia
Verde Luana
Verde Marina
Verde Savannah
Verde St. Denis
Verde Tinos
Visag Blue
Viscount White
Volga Blue
White Beauty
White Ice
Wild West
Crystal Blue
Teton Beige

Frequently Asked Questions

1. Why choose stone?
2. What is Limestone?
3. What is Granite?
4. What is Travertine?
5. What maintenance does stone require?
6. Can you match new and old material?
7. Can I see the exact piece being supplied?


Why choose stone?
In modern and traditional buildings, marble and granite are more widely used today than ever before, chosen because they are durable, practical and timeless. The vast range available from Cullifords gives unlimited scope for the architect, client and stonemason alike to enhance the beauty and value of any building by the creative use of natural stone.


What is Limestone?
Limestones are sedimentary rocks rich in carbonates and composed chiefly of calcite.

Limestones form by organic or inorganic processes mainly deposited from marine remains and constitute between 15% -25% of sedimentary rocks exposed above sea level.


What is Granite?
In the stone industry Granite is often used as a collective term for igneous rocks which have similar properties to that of actual Granite.

Actual Granite is a coarse grained igneous rock and consists essentially of quartz and Alkali Feldspar. Granites are igneous rocks with an origin deep within the earth where rocks melt because temperatures are so high. They form by the cooling of molten material and the perfection and size of crystals show the extreme slowness at which each mineral is cooled.

Within our stocks we have many materials from Gneiss, Dolerites, Granodiorite’s & Syenites, which often fall under the collective heading of Granites and in most cases can be used in the same way.


What is Travertine?
Travertines are a hard very compact material typically deposited in volcanic regions, where cooling carbonate – saturated water is exposed. These materials are usually white but can be yellow, beige or red, all formed from impurities such as iron. The characteristic holes found in Travertines are created when bubbles of carbon dioxide are trapped as the stone cools

Marbles are Metamorphosed Limestones which have undergone intense pressure and heat, yet still chiefly consisting of calcite although other minerals can be present.

As with Granites the word Marble is often used to classify many different types of material. In it’s broadest sense it means polished stone. Within our stocks we have many materials from Serpetines, Onyx and Quartzite’s which often fall under the collective heading of marble, and in most cases be used in the same way.


What maintenance does stone require?
Natural Stone is a porous material but provided it is treated with respect it will last for many years. Below are a few guidelines to help preserve the beauty of the material.

  • Floors should be kept clean on a daily basis using a soft broom and all dust particles, grit, etc, removed.
  • Spillages on the surface should be wiped up immediately with a damp cloth.
  • Floors should be washed thoroughly on a weekly basis using warm water and a neutral detergent e.g., Lithofin Easy Care is ideal for regular maintenance on all stone surfaces.
  • Stubborn stains such as those caused by rubber shoe marks, etc, should be removed by using a special multipurpose cleaner, e.g. Lithofin Wexa.
  • Abrasives must never be used and domestic soap will tend to leave a slippery film on the surfaces.
  • Do not use household or commercial cleaning agents, which contain bleach.
  • In the case of minor stains or joints requiring re-pointing you should seek professional advice.

Lithofin Products are available from Cullifords Ltd. Tel: 020 8390 4656 or Fax: 020 8390 8088

For further Technical Information you can contact the Lithofin Help – Line 01962 732126


Can you match new and old material?
Natural Stone is variable by its nature. With some materials it is often possible to match old sample to new, however quarry seams can change over time and sometime materials can run out all together. If you have a sample to match we try our best to find the material you are looking for or we will suggest similar alternatives.


Can I see the exact piece being supplied?
The slabs in our yard are stored together as the blocks from which they were cut. It is possible to see the front slab from a particular block, but not always the exact slab which will be used for the particular job. This should not worry you too much though; there is usually very little variance through a block from slab to slab. In terms of tiles, for big jobs we can supply samples of the material which will be supplied. For smaller jobs we would provide a sample which would be a representation of the material to be supplied.