decorative stone

decorative stone

[¦dek·rəd·iv ′stōn]
(materials)
A stone that serves for architectural decoration, as in mantles or store fronts.

decorative stone

Stone that functions as architectural decoration.
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In relevant remarks last year, an executive of Iran Stones Association said that the country holds 3 billion tons of decorative stone reserves.
CUSTOM FABRICATION/INSTALLATION CONTRACTOR, providing high quality natural stone/granite kitchen countertops, vanity tops, fireplaces, and other decorative stone.
The existing decorative stone wall and wrought iron fencing will remain.
The largest individual stockholder is a Greek company specializing in marble processing and sale and decorative stone, Stone Works Holding Cooperative, which owns 88.
The victim was struck by a decorative stone fragment that fell from a height of 66 feet.
AMES), has completed the acquisition of Tuscan Landscape Group Pty Ltd ("Tuscan Path"), a leading Australian provider of pots, planters, pavers, decorative stone, and garden decor products, the company said.
The contract is to undertake the restoration of decorative stone roof elements CNB branches in Brno, including all related supplies and works, in accordance with the report on restoration survey and design of restoration work, "Stone decorative elements from the attic of the house no.
The police cordon stretched from the back of the field close to a decorative stone circle and across the footpath and cycle route behind Unity City Academy.
Pavilions in the fair are to showcase various products as decorative stone, stone mines, excavation machinery, stone processing, spare parts, cutting stone facilities, mines, machinery and related industries, he said.
Stocked flower borders and decorative stone bedding help to create an attractive frontage and the rear garden is complete with two paved patio areas, feature raised rockery bedding, a shed, hard standing for one vehicle and secure access to a garage.
Daredevil Colin Elliot, 56 perches on a decorative stone cornice, holding on to the frame of the window above with one hand as he wipes the pane with the other.
The project at PS40Q, also known as Samuel Huntington School, located in the Jamaica section of Queens, is representative of the majority of the projects fulfilled for SC A, and is expected to take 10 to 12 months to complete repairs to the exterior masonry walls, decorative stone cornices, parapets, roofs and windows.