While Earth formed and the continents began to take shape, a magical transformation was taking place below the surface. Stone emerged from below, as varied in color as geography, and developed into a key resource. Ancient civilizations used indigenous stone to build cities, roads, and monuments; many still stand today, a testament to the strength and durability of these mystic treasures of the Earth. The beauty of stone continues to define luxury, stability, and prominence in the modern world.
|Abrasion Resistance C1027||–|
|Breaking Strength C648||–|
|Chemical Resistance C650||Non-Resistant|
|Water Absorption C373||< 3|
|DCOF AcuTest WET||–|
|Freeze-Thaw Cycling C1026||Resistant|
|Scratch Hardness MOHS||–|