Among a wide number of winter sports such as snow skiing, hockey or ice-skate, there is another fantastic, interesting sports, which is Curling – ice stones.
Being generated and played by Scottland residents since the 16th decade, however, it had to be until 1928 did Curling appear in Olympic and until 2006, Curling was officially considered to be a sport for competitions and tournaments. Curling has been gradually developed and become the most appealing winter sports with more than 1,5 million professional athletes involved all around the world.
However, there has been a fixed thing in Curling which has never been changed for hundred years, which is stones used in curling.
In 1851, there were 16 engravers together setting up a shop named Kays in the Mauchline village of West Scottland. Since then, this shop is the one and only reliable address to produce the most prestigious and well-qualified stones for every curling tournament.
Each year, Kays produced the number of from 1800 to 2000 curling stones, which the average price for each one was 637 USD. Curling stones made by Kays has the most unbelievable durability, which can be well-qualified enough to be utilized for the next period of 50 years.
Since then, the Kays’ engravers have always keep themselves snowed under with work all year along. After Pyeongchang 2018, they will continue to pull things together to generate the most perfect stones, which will be the supply for 2020 Beijing Winter Olympic. To curling competitors, there will be nothing better than being able to utilize the stones which origin from where curling was born. Stones of the Kays shop are known as the best ones for curling professionals and amateurs to create the most satisfying and memorable matches.