Dakota Mahogany granite

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Maryville 6 & 7, St. Louis, MO


A warm gray Granite with black, brown, blue, and red spots. Dakota Mahogany granite has been quarried in Millbank, South Dakota since about 1925. The durable stone takes a high polish. It is used for grave monuments as well as interior and exterior surfaces.

Physical and Chemical Properties

  • Moisture absorption by weight: 0.26-0.30%
  • Compressive strength 1630-1670 Kg/cm2

Resources and Citations

  • Dakota Granite Company Website quarried in Millbank, South Dakota, company incorporated in 1925
  • World's most popular granites at www.findstone.com/daniel3.htm ; gives water absorption as 0.15-0.3% by weight

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