Large format limestone flags with a textured surface and a gently rounded broken edge. A great alternative to black slate and incredible value.
A beautiful fossil filled limestone exhibiting blue and beige tones. This stone has been cushioned at the edges to provide a classy antiqued finish.
A beautiful fossil filled limestone exhibiting blue and beige tones. This stone has been cushioned at the edges and then deliberately chipped to provide a classy antiqued finish.
This tile has been tumbled to create a textured finish with a slightly broken edge. The blue beige tones and fossil markings have been softened by the process to achieve a worn aged look.
Incredibly dense and durable, these limestone flags have a half honed finish, which gives them the appearance of having been walked on for years. Suitable for indoors and outdoors, the grey tones in this tile provide an ideal base for both contemporary and traditional installations.
Beautiful honey coloured tones set off this large format lightly tumbled limestone which brings warmth and character to any setting.
Incredibly dense and durable these limestone flagstones have a half honed finish which gives them the appearance of having been walked on for years. Suitable for indoors and outdoors, the mix of olive green, greys and rust browns in this tile give it a truly authentic aged appearance.
“We now have your stone tiles in our three bathrooms and our conservatory – all different and all much admired. We were well advised for all our purchases and the service was exemplary. Deliveries were always on time and very reasonably priced. We are totally satisfied with every aspect of our experience.”
Using a mixture of finishing techniques, Pure Stone have developed a range of gorgeous antique stone tiles designed to enhance period properties.
Reflecting the appearance of flags, which have been in situ for hundreds of years, the larger formats and wide variety of ageing methods (cushioning, tumbling, brushing and half honing) create the impression that a carpet has just been pulled back to reveal the original flagged floor.