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Purbeck Marble is a traditional term used for centuries by Quarrymen and Stone Masons to describe a fresh water lagoonal limestone containing shells of the gastropod Viviparus, because of the very high concentration of shells it takes a good polish, but it is unmetamorphosed.
Green to Grey/Blue
Memorials and Plaques
Mantle Shelves and Hearths
Lovell Purbeck products are produced from natural purbeck stone and consequently will show variations in finish and colour.
The paving colours cannot be accurately displayed on a computer screen.
Samples are available upon request.
The stone quarried is Purbeck Limestone from the Lower, Middle and Upper Purbeck divisions of the Jurassic/Cretaceous period.
The beds of stone vary in colour and texture, depending on their fossil content.