What is Marble?
Marble is the result of a metamorphic process in which rock has been crystallised into an interlocking mosaic blend of aragonite, calcite or dolomite crystals. The pressures created during this blend destroy fossils and sedimentary textures. It is famed for its hard wearing properties, and many famous sculptures made from this limestone have lasted hundreds of years. As a result, it is quarried around the world, and it is in high demand.
Where Marble can be installed?
Over the years, marble has achieved big popularity as a timeless material. It has a wide range of applications and can be used to construct:
Wall cladding and more
Marble is also a popular material for sculptures and there are many examples still in existence today.