Limestone is a natural stone that was formed hundreds of millions of years ago from rocks under the sea. A kind of crystalline stone formed by the accumulation of debris, shellfish, coral and other alluvial materials through weather and changes in the crust. Different stones are called limestone. The texture of limestone is unique and cannot be copied, and the price will vary depending on the texture.
French limestone has been the preferred stone for flooring and floor tiles in historic buildings, estates, and castles as well as in governmental and commercial structures for centuries because of its wide range of colors and durability. Its flexibility includes dimensional stone for use both inside and outside the building, cladding, flooring, floor tiles, or carved sculptures like columns, balusters, fountains, fireplaces, or monuments.