look like limestone, and it t even has shell particles in it. The color is custom as well, to enhance the limestone countertops and backsplash.
They are a leathered (flamed) limestone, with a 2" square edge.
Limestone is not as durable as granite, or quartz material. However, the leathered finish does help with the durability. Sealing is recommended once a year. We applied a sealer that did not change any characteristics of this stones color. I seem to be using limestones more and more these days
Is the limestone a durable counter top surface? It looks great - does it hold up well? Do you seal it?
(flamed) limestone, with a 2" square edge