Fossils are remnants of past animals or plants. Fossils can exist in many different types of mineral.
A form of ‘ageing’ the stone where the surface is subject to intense heat, which achieves an unusual texture, which is also non slip.
Usually a larger or thicker stone tile.
This is thin mineral veining which can be mistaken for a crack in the stone.
Relates mainly to travertine which is usually characterised by surface pits and holes, these can be pre filled at source by a stone or epoxy resin substance.
Relates mainly to travertine where the blocks are cut horizontally to achieve the more commonly used finish.
A stone that has been hand finished or tumbled to create a worn look.
Where the edge of the stone has been worked to give a hand-chipped appearance.
Where the stone has been finished to a uniform thickness.
A method of ‘ageing’ stone with metal brushes which results in some surface texture and a softly rounded edge.