A blended sandstone of brown and grey tones, typical of traditional indigenous Yorkstone. The sandstone is machined and tumbled to achieve a traditional antique effect. Available in random lengths to create a traditional authentic pattern.
[indicative lengths minimum 300mm to max 750mm]
Size 500mm x Random Length
Please note: Calculator estimates exact material requirements to the area; customers should allow 5-10% extra for waste and product spares.
In July 2013 it became a legally mandated obligation for natural stone products used in construction to be covered by the harmonised European standard, which means all the products offered by Stone & Surfaces Direct are CE marked. This means all our natural stone paving flags comply with BSEN1341:2012, and for modular natural stone tiles for interiors to BS EN 12057:2015.
The Stone Arena
Stone Arena Ltd. is part of the Poddar Group based in Rajasthan who extract and manufacture natural stone for use in exterior and interior applications.
The Kota district has many hundreds of quarries that extract a wide range of sandstone colours, and a few small examples of limestone. The majority of the brown, grey and green coloured materials supplied to the UK market emanate from this area in India.
Kota is located along the banks of the Chambal River in the southern part of Rajasthan. It is the 3rd largest city of Rajasthan after Jaipur and Jodhpur. The city is known for its blue grey and brown coloured limestone, but the surrounding areas have a vast array of sandstone quarries.
All orders for tiles, aggregates and paving are packed onto a pallet, and or normally in a wooden crate, wire frame case, or bag. By placing the order and accepting our delivery conditions, you are confirming that the delivery information you provide meets our third-party haulier conditions.
For most products, you have the right to cancel your order at any time from the moment you place your online order, and up to 14 days from the day you receive your goods. You should notify us if you want to cancel your order within this time period, either by email, phone or through the contact form on the website.
A further 14 days is allowed from the date you notify us of your cancellation to return the goods if already received. You must cover the cost of returning unwanted goods. We will issue a refund within 14 days upon receipt of the returned goods. A deduction will be made if the value of the goods has been reduced as a result of you handling the goods in a way which would not be permitted in a shop. After this period, due to the tonal and texture variation which occurs with natural stone and slate, we are unable to accept any returns and offer any refunds, except in the case of damaged or faulty goods.
For bespoke orders, we operate a non-return policy and we are not able to accept cancellation to the order.
We recommend that any surplus material should be kept.
In the event that your goods are received damaged or faulty, please contact us immediately. We will require details of the damage/fault, along with photographic evidence. If we agree on a return for damaged / faulty goods please ensure that the order is repackaged in its original packaging, including any accessories which were delivered with the product, and that it is placed on the pallet at the original delivery point for the third party haulier to collect.
If the original packaging of the product has been damaged or destroyed you should ensure that the returned product is on a pallet and is adequately packed for shipment back to us. It should be placed in the original delivery point for the third party haulier to collect.
A refund will be made within 14 days upon receipt of the returned goods. A deduction can be made if the value of the goods has been reduced as a result of you handling the goods in a way which would not be permitted in a shop.
If you have any doubts, please contact us for further details.