Pretty and sophisticated with understated elegance.


Top Notes – a fine dusting of erratic, soft blue/grey.
Middle Notes – smoke grey.
Base Notes – bright white and warm cream.

*as this is a custom order product, minimum order quantity of this stone is 100m2*

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Type And Size In(Mm)
Tile - Made to Order Slab - Made to Order
Salt Resistance (AS/NZS - 4456.10)
Slip Resistance (AS/NZS 3661.1:1993)
P1 - P4 (Dependent on Finish)

  • Made to Order
  • Suitable for Indoors


Frequently Asked Questions

Marble is classified as a metamorphic stone because it is created by the transformation of another type of stone called sedimentary stone. This makes marble structurally and aesthetically different to other stones such as limestones and granites.

Marble has been used in external paving, walling and structural construction for millennia. Not all types are suitable however, which is why it is important to speak to Lithic about the best quality marble. A high quality marble is perfect for outdoor use- this is why we still visit ancient ruins constructed from the same marbles we use today.

The cleaning and maintenance of marble pavers is simple if it is the right marble for the job. Our cleaning and maintenance guide is a better reference, but three simple rules are: use Ph neutral detergents, use oxidisers like sunlight and chlorine for organic stains, and if it is really marked or damaged it can always be refinished. 

  1. Marble is not hard to maintain: One common misconception about marble is that it is difficult to maintain. While it’s true that marble is a natural stone and requires some care, it’s not necessarily difficult to maintain. The key to keeping marble in good condition is to clean it regularly and avoid using harsh chemicals or abrasive cleaners. With proper maintenance, marble can remain beautiful and durable for many years.
  2. Marble is not fragile: Another misconception about marble is that it is fragile and prone to cracking or breaking. While it’s true that marble is softer than some other types of natural stone, such as granite, it is still a very durable material. With proper installation and care, marble can withstand daily use and last for many years without cracking or breaking. However, it’s important to note that if a heavy object is dropped on marble or if it is subjected to extreme force, it can crack or break.