The Stones That Make History
Tucked away in southeast Arizona’s Chiricahua Mountains in Cochise County is the 110-year-old Cochise Marble Quarry. The marble deposit is expansive, covering over 320 acres. The quarry was originally established in 1908 by the board of directors consisting of Gerald Hughes, John G. Kerr, Clyde Turnbull, F.G. Moffat, and Walter E. Wilmot. The original marble camp featured a place to eat, a couple of wooden houses, a group of tents and a four-stall barn. To transport the blocks to be shipped, the quarry used two 110-horsepower steam tractors that pulled wagons that held the blocks. It continued to thrive for years before halting in 1937.
In 2002, the Klump Family purchased the quarry with a vision to bring this highly prized material back into the market. In 2013, the Klump Family brought in modern quarrying techniques and broke new ground at the quarry. Today we continue to extract some of the highest quality marble using the latest technology.
Why We're Different
Our marble is cut from distinctively premium portions of the quarry which allows each piece to be unique and one-of-a-kind.
Our team has over 50 years of combined experience mining rock and being mindful of the surrounding land.