Stone River M315
Stone River marble is a stone of the Jurassic period created over 145.5 million years ago. This stone is the result of the imprints of river plants during the Mesozolic era and frozen waters during the ice age. This beautiful gray and greige stone in a vein-cut visual has been mined for 2700 years and adorns the Palace of Mycenae and the Sanctuary of Asklepieion in Ancient Greece.
Stone river marble has distinguishing diamond hardness. The perpetual motion and flow of this stone with gray and greige tone soothes senses and harmonizes with nature.