limestone marble

limestone marble

A re-crystallized limestone, including commercial marble; capable of taking a high polish.
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LPP on illegal mining of limestone marble for more than 28 million soms, the press service of the Prosecutor reported on December 23.
By the 17th century, stone marbles were being produced in Germany using water mills and from the mid 1800s to the early 1900s, considerable quantities of limestone marbles were being manufactured.
Because such large amounts were produced, bog-standard clay and limestone marbles are not particularly sought after today.