Clock 3.5" base with
battery watch type unit
15 each
3" Round vase
18 each
5" Goblets
24 each or 48 pair in gift box

 

Frosterley Marble is not a marble but a Carboniferous Limestone containing fossilised horned coral dating from some 325 millon years ago. Quarried from the Rogerley quarry in County Durham, this prized ornamental material can be seen in the flooring and columns of Durham Cathedral and, most famously, in the 13th century Chapel of the Nine Altars.
It has also been used in the construction of churches and public buildings throughout England and in the Vatican City.
We have obtained a limited quantity of this material and are in the process of converting it into a small range of giftware. Some photographs of early samples of the product range are illustated above and we hope to add further examples in due course.