It has a unique smooth and close textured quality. Visible random shell flecks in tones of taupe, beige and aubergine highlight its buff background. This is a timeless English stone used in the floors of Windsor Castle and Trinity College.
Llowes Stone is available in approximate sizes:
40 x 40 x 2 cm (16” x 16” x ¾”)
40 x 60 x 2 cm (16” x 24” x ¾”)
60 x 60 x 2 cm (24” x 24” x ¾”)
Slab, custom sizing and cutting are also available. Please do not consider texturing this
unusual stone. Its unique shelling makes this smooth stone appear textured.
More about New Stone Floors:
Our experience in the stone industry is unrivalled. We are often described as pioneers or mavericks to those in the know.
Our extensive net of suppliers around the globe, of which only a few get to be part of the Paris Ceramics Suppliers Club, is second to none. Every stone sourced has been carefully selected with strict quality control in place, quarry supplies have been checked for consistency and future availability, methods of quarrying have to meet our safety and quality standards. These is so much involved with procuring stone.
Due to our expertise with antique floors we are also applying hand finishing and machined techniques to texture, to age and enhance the appearance of our new stones. Often clients wish to age the floors so they have the look and feel of an antique floor, or they simply want to have new and exciting textures and finishes.
Whatever the brief, you can be sure Paris Ceramics will do its very best to meet your expectations.
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