Travertine marble is a variety of limestone formed in pools by the slow precipitation of hot, mineral-rich spring water. The "holes" characteristic of travertine were created when carbon dioxide bubbles were trapped as the stone was being formed. Although the classic travertine is recognizable by its homogenous ecru to dark colors, other colors are also available, such as dark reds to dark brown veining.
Most common uses for Travertine
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