This premium product is a combination of Burlington Stone’s beautiful black, grey and dense blue natural stones,
quarried from the heart of the Lake District. The stone itself was formed in the Silurian period, 300-250 million years ago,
and has stood the test of time since.
A combination of Burlington Stone’s green natural stones, this product has been hewn from the picturesque heart
of the Lake District, from stone that was originally formed in the Ordovician period, between 450 and 500 million years ago.
Burlington Stone's popular Limestone has been quarried at Baycliff, nestled on the outskirts of the historic market town of Ulverston.
Our product comprises stone formed in the Carboniferous period, over 250 million years ago.
Quarried from within the hills and fells of the Lake District, this set offers a distinctive grey and silver natural stone.
It’s also proven to stand the test of time, having been formed in the Ordovician period, between 450 and 500 million years ago.