The Reclaimed Grand Tortoise Limestone from Yellow Mountain StoneWorks was originally part of an ancient revetment on a tributary of China's Yangtze River that was destroyed by a flood more than 650 years ago. Predating the Ming Dynasty, the limestone retained centuries-old traditional Chinese finishes and features a rich chocolate color with some veining in what the company describes as a squarish, mottled pattern similar to the back of a tortoise shell. Most of the blocks are about 30" x 18" x 10", from which Yellow Mountain can fabricate multiple pieces of veneer, quoins, or pavers. It can also be used for monolithic treads and risers, through walls, wall veneers, and focal points. yellow-mountain.net

The Reclaimed Grand Tortoise Limestone from Yellow Mountain StoneWorks was originally part of an ancient revetment on a tributary of China's Yangtze River that was destroyed by a flood more than 650 years ago. Predating the Ming Dynasty, the limestone retained centuries-old traditional Chinese finishes and features a rich chocolate color with some veining in what the company describes as a squarish, mottled pattern similar to the back of a tortoise shell. Most of the blocks are about 30" x 18" x 10", from which Yellow Mountain can fabricate multiple pieces of veneer, quoins, or pavers. It can also be used for monolithic treads and risers, through walls, wall veneers, and focal points.
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