Made famous by the Torquay marble polishers, this Devonian Marble features in many of the county’s local churches and grand houses. Used for both cladding and flooring, this marble can be found in the bathrooms of the London Hilton and the foyer of the Post Office Tower.
During the latter half of the 20th century the material was widely exported to South Africa, Hong Kong and the United States where, most notably, it was used in the President Roosevelt Memorial in Washington DC. This beautiful stone comprises of a dark grey background with swirls of coral fossil and white or pink calcite veins.
1.7m x 1.5m
(sizes can vary)