Frosterley Marble (1kg)
Frosterley Marble is not a marble but a black limestone containing fossil coral specimens of Carboniferous age. The specimens are from Harewood quarry, Co. Durham, supplied by weight in lots of 1 kilogram.
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Frosterley Marble is not a marble but a black limestone containing fossil corals of Carboniferous age. The most famous use of the Frosterley Marble is in Durham Cathedral where the ceiling of the Chapel of Nine Altars is supported by slender columns of this unusual stone. Our examples are from Harewood Quarry, Co. Durham. Samples come in a weight of 1 kilo, supplied in a poly bag with a data card. Sizes of pieces inside will vary.