The website — www.vtverde.com — introduces architects and homeowners to the technical and aesthetic qualities of serpentine stone and allows them to explore the company’s extensive inventory.
“We are immensely pleased to provide customers with our warehouse inventory online,” said quarry owner Thomas Fabbioli. “Every block of serpentine we remove from the quarry has the characteristics that Vermont Verde Antique has been known for internationally for over a century. Vermont Verde is being rediscovered by architects, designers and homeowners because it is a natural fit in traditional and contemporary spaces. In addition to other properties, as a locally sourced stone, it can help you achieve points toward a LEED rating.”
A recent renovation of the original New Hampshire’s governor’s residence, The Baker House, features Vermont Verde Antique countertops and sink. A slideshow that shows the process of stone selection, through fabrication and installation, is available courtesy of Vintage Kitchens, at www.vtverde.com.
Vermont Verde Antique serpentine is used for residential countertops, and throughout commercial buildings. Recent projects include the Plaque Gallery at the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, NY, the exclusive Bay Club in San Francisco, CA, and the Buffalo Federal Courthouse in Buffalo, NY.