Quarried stone is a product which ensues from the processing of large volumes of natural stone. Quarried stones comprise of thicker stones in various irregular shapes (boulders) in the form they have when excavated. On the other hand, these stones may also come already chiseled (by hand) or squared using a press in the quarries-production units.
Their processing is realized using a special tool which breaks the volume into small pieces and turns some of their surfaces flat in order to facilitate their placement. In both cases the craftsman will chisel them and adjust them to the desired aesthetic result. With respect to their application, they are mostly used to built large surface walls, since they are a relatively inexpensive and easy to use material.