Black Limestone Random Facing Stone
Bed Width 100-150mm approx.
£280.00 (ex VAT)
Price per Bag
Our Black Limestone Random Facing Stone is midnight black in colour, with occasional marbling of blue-grey, pale gold and white tones. Quarried in Ireland and with a strong heritage in West Wales, has a naturally riven and rugged appearance. We crop it as random building stone to create mostly square-edged pieces of random height and length, with some stones left as irregular shapes. This traditional facing stone has a bed width of 100-150mm; each random bag covers 3-3.5m2 of walling.
- Sample will be refunded if a full order is placed.
- Samples can weigh up to 2kg and will be sent via Royal Mail, delivery can take 2-5 working days.
- We try and get as much colour variation in the samples as possible. We include the natural split face to show texture and colour variations. * (Colour disclaimer still applies)
- Sample thickness ranges from 15-40mm depending on the products specifications.
- Sample box size: 31cm x 31cm x 5cm and boxes are fully recyclable.
All online orders will be delivered by Palletways, kerbside delivery only with tail-lift and manual pump, see Delivery for full info.
Our own lorries can accommodate 10-28 bags and have a crane hiab, call us on 01981 241541 for more info.
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Natural stone is quarried from geological seams that are generally formed of sedimentary rock, laid down and compacted over millennia. It contains variations in colour, grain and texture; it may also include veins and seams of different compositions. It’s this inherent richness of depth that gives natural stone its unique and incomparable quality. Our website provides a general representation of how the stone looks, but is affected by how its laid, the combinations and sizes of materials, quality of light, and your device. We recommend samples before placing your order, but please remember also that no two pieces of stone are identical, even when lifted from the same quarry.