Reval Stone – Saare Dolomiit-Väokivi
Saare Dolomiit-Väokivi, a processor and seller of natural stone, is one of the oldest miners and processors of natural stone in Estonia. The company considers the beginning of its activities at the industrial level to be on October 1, 1967, when the Saaremaa plant of Eesti Dolomiit was established by a decree of the Council of Ministers of the Estonian SSR. Saare Dolomiit-Väokivi is a member of the Union of Estonian Limestone.
Since 2007, the company is using the brand Reval Stone to market its products.
Relying on long-term experience and having modern equipment, we offer a wide range of natural stone products. The materials offered in our online shop include Estonian dolomite and limestone. The company has a plant in Saaremaa. The head office and a sales showroom are located in Tallinn.
Our quarries are located in Saaremaa (Kaarma and Selgase dolomite), Tallinn (Reval limestone), and Märjamaa (Orgita dolomite).
Saaremaa dolomite has been in use since the 13th century as a strong and durable building material that has been used to lay castle walls and church walls. Good workability and weather resistance have allowed the dolomite to be used in making tombstones, gate posts, balustrades, cornices, portals, pillars, and fireplaces. Nowadays this dolomite has been used for finishing in many representative buildings in Tallinn, St Petersburg, Moscow, Riga, Vilnius, and several other cities.
Tallinn (Reval) limestone has been used as a good building stone in the Old Towns of Tallinn and St Petersburg for centuries. Nowadays, this limestone is increasingly used in interior decoration. Floors finished with tiles made of Reval limestone can be found in all Baltic states, Scandinavia, Russia, Poland, Germany, England, and elsewhere.
The dolomite from Orgita is a natural stone that is easy to process, and that has a unique pattern. It is quarried in the area around the former Orgita (Rosenthal) manor. Through centuries people have valued Orgita dolomite’s properties as a stone used for finishing and its weather resistance – it is known to have been used at least from the 14th century. Historically the natural stone from Orgita has been used for carved stones and for exterior finishing. Nowadays it is also used in interior decoration.
On our website, you can find more information about our operations, materials, production, and projects completed using stones from us.