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Marble

A metamorphic rock resulting from the recrystallization of limestone, comprising crystallized grains of calcite (calcium carbonate) or dolomite (calcium magnesium carbonate), or both. Also, rocks ranging from pure carbonate to those containing very little carbonate, yet having compositions and textures that permit them to be polished. (ASTM C1528) All stone here defined as marble must be capable of taking a
polish. (ASTM C119)

Synonyms: 
Limestone marble
Serpentine
Travertine
Onyx

Montclair

Submitted by Ed FitzGerald on Mon, 2014-11-24 11:02

Montclair is available in both fleuri (cross-cut) or Striato (vein-cut). Montclair Striato is similar to the Italian Zembrino

Appalacian Green

Submitted by Ed FitzGerald on Mon, 2014-11-24 11:00

Consistent green veins (compared to Cippolino). 80% of the grade is the green veining with subtle hints of Danby White in the background.

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