Marble starts life as sediment – animal skeletons, shells, plant matter, and silt at the bottom of bodies of water. After millions of years, it solidifies into stone. Being that it is a naturally formed stone, marble may vary in color and pattern from the sample and may have natural variations resulting from the immense pressure which formed the stone. These characteristics enhance the natural beauty of the stone and do not impair its durability.
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