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What is Marble?

Marble (and its wildly varying relatives: travertine, limestone and onyx) is a metamorphic form of limestone. Marble formed when sediment and other materials forged together beneath the weight of heavy bodies of water. After millions of years, these crystallized minerals resulted in a natural stone that is typically white with streaks of color, capable of taking a hard polish.

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