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 smooth matt finish straight edge tile with its abundance of fossils and it’s blue beige tones is a perfect, practical, contemporary fit for kitchens, bathrooms and living areas.
The high shine gloss finish on this tile brings to the fore the subtle blue and beige tones of the tile and highlights the wide variety of fossils in its make up.
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.
Soft cream tones and a light dusting of fossils characterise this classy looking aged limestone, which has been tumbled creating a textured finish with a slightly broken edge and a familiar worn look of an antiqued limestone.
An extremely fossil filled cream limestone with rust markings and large shell features. We have gently tumbled the edges for a worn aged appearance. This stone is ideal for wet areas such as showers and pool surrounds.
The stone tiles we purchased from Pure Stone run throughout the ground floor of our home in Manchester and have made a huge difference to the appearance of our house.
Limestone was formed millions of years ago. It is a sedimentary rock and is the result of deposits on the sea bed being compressed to form a solid stone.
As a result of the conditions present during their creation most limestones contain an array of attractive fossil deposits, which add to their appearance and make them easy to keep clean.
Generally, limestones will exhibit warm soothing shades of cream, vanilla and gold as well as soft greys and blues.
Although limestones are usually softer than slates and marbles, the stones in our range have been selected for their hardness and durability, making for low maintenance.