The Fire Features created by The Rock Star Gallery® use the beauty of natural stone and embedded fire elements to transform your outdoor space into an unparalleled experience. Our stone fire tables and stone fire fountains bring a new twist and added natural elements to your outdoor fire pit.
The fossilized remains of trees, with the original plant material replaced with silica, calcite, pyrite, or agate.
Luna Azul Limestone
A sedimentary rock composed primarily of calcium carbonate in the form of the mineral calcite. Coloring ranges in shades of grey and may contain darker veining,
A black, carbonaceous quartz with golden banding containing trace elements of gold, palladium, and copper.
El Malpais Marble
A marble with rich golden and honey coloring.
A true white marble with dove grey inclusions.
A marble predominated by grey tones ranging from light to dark but may also contain white and black banding as well.
Rock Star Royal Granite
A predominantly black granite with red accents and milky white quartz inclusions.
Verde Canyon Onyx
A banded calcite with layers of brown, white, and highly prized, light jade green color. At the turn of the century the green portions of this stone were used as gear shift knobs in Henry Ford’s luxury automobiles.
Desert Tiramisu Onyx
A banded calcite characterized by layers of browns ranging from chocolate to caramel to creamy white.
Desert Rose Onyx
A banded calcite characterized by pinkish hues ranging from light blush to dark salmon.
Grand Canyon Red Onyx
A banded calcite characterized by layers of brown, white, green, and coveted banding of deep dragon’s blood red.
Caramel Canyon Onyx
A banded calcite characterized by root beer or caramel colored banding.
Black Canyon Onyx
A banded calcite characterized by black, grey, amber, and white banding.
Sea of Cortez Onyx
A highly translucent, banded calcite characterized by light coloration with dark red or brown outlining and patterning of vugs.
A translucent calcite stone formed by the growth of fibrous, tubular crystal cells of honey color surrounded by white membranes that define cell boundaries.
A translucent calcite stone formed by the growth of fibrous, tubular crystal cells of yellow-orange calcite surrounded by white membranes that define cell boundaries.
Salt River Sandstone
A metaquartzite sandstone with strong patterning in pastel tones ranging from mauve, to rose, to chardonnay, with some golden banding throughout. (3 types: Chardonnay Salt River Sandstone, Rose Salt River Sandstone, Burgundy Salt River Sandstone)
Picture Rock Sandstone
A lighter yellow sandstone with darker iron banding throughout forming unique patterns and “pictures” in the stone.
Gemstone Marra Mamba Tigers Eye
An iron-based quartz gemstone that forms when fibers of the mineral crocidolite are replaced by silica. Also containing rare coloration including reds, blues, yellow, gold and greens with chatoyant (cat’s eye) appearance.
Gemstone Lapis Lazuli
A royal blue metamorphic stone with white banding and reflective pieces of gold pyrite. The royal blue color of lapis lazuli is mainly derived from the presence of a blue silicate mineral of the sodalite group called lazurite.
A striking turquoise quartzite with tan layering on seam faces and white veining.
Gemstone Argentine Aquamarine Onyx
A semi-transparent calcite with colors ranging from aquamarine to deep blue with tan banding throughout.
A feldspar mineral treasured for its remarkable play of color, known as labradorescence. Coloration can be gray-green, dark gray, black or grayish-white, and is composed in aggregate layers that refract light as iridescent flashes of peacock blue, gold, pale green, or copper.
Named from the Greek goddess of the moon, Selene, this mineral is formed from hydrous calcium sulfate and belongs to the family of gypsum crystals. Selenite’s highly transparent crystal system develops into long columns or sheets.
Pink Zebra Marble
A marble with tones of blush pinks, moss greens and whites in zebra patterning.