Architecture / Material / Stone

material / stone / bluestone
material / stone / brownstone
material / stone / carbonate
material / stone / conglomerate
material / stone / grain
material / stone / granite
material / stone / igneous
material / stone / limestone
material / stone / manganese
material / stone / marble
material / stone / metamorphic
material / stone / mica
material / stone / property
material / stone / pyroxene
material / stone / quartz
material / stone / sandstone
material / stone / sedimentary
material / stone / silica
material / stone / tufa
material / stone / volcanic

material / stone / bluestone

material / stone / brownstone

material / stone / carbonate

material / stone / conglomerate

material / stone / grain

material / stone / granite

material / stone / igneous

material / stone / limestone

material / stone / manganese

material / stone / marble

material / stone / metamorphic

material / stone / mica

material / stone / property

material / stone / pyroxene

material / stone / quartz

material / stone / sandstone

material / stone / sedimentary

material / stone / silica

  • chalcedony: In general, the ordinary white, gray to black, greenish, bluish, brown, and red varieties of cryptocrystalline silica. The name jasper is applied to the more pronounced brown, yellow, and red varieties, one form grading into the other without distinct lines of demarcation.
  • jasper: In general, the ordinary white, gray to black, greenish, bluish, brown, and red varieties of cryptocrystalline silica. The name jasper is applied to the more pronounced brown, yellow, and red varieties, one form grading into the other without distinct lines of demarcation.

material / stone / tufa

material / stone / volcanic

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