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Brian O'Grady

I am curious as to whether your stone had the natural holes filled or whether they were left open, as is often the case. The naturally occurring voids are beautiful and ad character but the can collect debris.

   
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Our 'Oolitic Limestone' from Malta called the Millennium Planks are massive sized old limestone blocks milled down into big limestone sheets that will survive ALL weather climate! from ocean to mountain climates. would love to have a see more people discovering this amazing and unique product that no one else has.

   
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We have travertine in our bathroom. We’re want to put an antique claws foot tub in. Is travertine strong enough to support, that without breaking? Will the pressure points on the claws feet break travertine?
   

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