Ornamental stone

Ornamental stone

Any type of stone used for ornamentation or interior finish work, as opposed to building stone.
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Tenders are invited for Supply and fixing of ornamental stone gate in various places in ward no.
The term 'onyx' signifies a banded variety of quartz, highly prized as an ornamental stone.
Vandals destroyed an ornamental stone structure in the Boothby Ground, in September, 1977
For instance, a paddock has a wide frontage onto the Staffordshire and Worcestershire Canal, while on an ornamental stone terrace close to the house, there is a water feature with old cast iron pump.
Malachite is a popular ornamental stone, but only rarely is it cut as a mixture with chemically similar azurite.
Duqm is further endowed with huge quantities of minerals, much of it located close to the port including valuable limestone, silica sands, ornamental stone and dolomite.
His taverna, the Ploumin, is a perfect snapshot of bygone Cyprus --retaining much of its olde worlde charm with ornamental stone arches, high beamed roofs, thick stone walls and decorated with antiques, old paintings and even a windmill.
Joe has put effort into making the grave nice by laying white chippings and an ornamental stone border around the patch.
Three of the four pinnacles, the ornamental stone pieces that sit on the corners of the cathedral's central tower, broke.
org * SEE THE SEA: Above, beach huts at Frinton, and opposite, ornamental stone dragons guarding the entrance to Layer Marney Tower PA
The chrome-plated 4x4, which was partially obscured behind parked cars and an ornamental stone garden fountain, looked badly fire damaged, with its bonnet open and windows smashed.