Manufactured to specification in natural and composite stone.
stoneCIRCLE - bringing stone to life for over 50 years
We manufacture stone products for both residential and commercial customers in the largest stonemasonry factory in the south of England, fabricating stone for contracts across the UK, and kitchen worktops and bathroom vanities to residential clients in Basingstoke, Hampshire, Newbury, Berkshire, Surrey, Oxfordshire, Wiltshire and West and South-West London.
Live within 20 miles of Basingstoke?
Why not come directly to us for your kitchen worktops and take advantage of our 20:20 offer - 20% off for customers living within 20 miles of the centre of Basingstoke. More details available here
Miele Appliances with your worktops
We're now an approved Miele "built-in" partner, so you can order your appliances at the same time as your worktops. See our Miele page for more details.
Learn about the granite, marble, limestone and other natural stone, as well as the leading brands of quartz and sintered stone that we have available.
A selection of the commercial and residential stone projects in which we've been involved.
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Stone has fallen out of favour as a construction material compared to concrete and brick. However it is vastly superior in terms of sustainability to typical steel and metal construction methods. Amin Taha of Groupwork, Steve Webb of Webb Yates and Pierre Bidaud from The Stonemasonry Company Ltd have curated an exhibition at the Building Centre in London. The New Stone Age looks at stone as a construction…Learn more
Following the commission to supply and install a marble staircase for the Fine Watch Room for which they were highly commended in the Natural Stone Awards, stoneCIRCLE was asked to work on the refitting of the Harrods' Beauty Hall project. The designers, G.A. Group's intention was to create a modern interpretation of a "Great House" or stately home 'from a bygone era where service was personal and…Learn more