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  • Spew
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    Moving marble i hard shit, I got mine done professionally as they can snap in half due to being so heavy. if you do it yourself, carry it on its side.

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  • Taz
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    now to get some muscles to help move the ale asap and payment is bbq/beer/bourbon.....

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  • Deej
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    SOLD to Taz.

    Cheers

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  • filbert
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    Originally posted by Deej View Post
    To quote Wikipedia "Travertine is a form of limestone deposited by mineral springs, especially hot springs".

    I'm no geologist, but I'm pretty sure that makes it Sedimentary.
    To quote Sherlock Holmes
    it's elementary sedimentary my dear Watson
    Pity it's too heavy for me to shift over the distance required, looks good.

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  • Deej
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    Originally posted by Stu View Post
    It is a heavy chunk of Italian metamorphic rock!
    To quote Wikipedia "Travertine is a form of limestone deposited by mineral springs, especially hot springs".

    I'm no geologist, but I'm pretty sure that makes it Sedimentary.

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  • Stu
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    It is a heavy chunk of Italian metamorphic rock!

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  • Deej
    started a topic For Sale SOLD: Travertine Marble Table

    SOLD: Travertine Marble Table

    Size: 1900 x 1000

    Solid chunk of 2cm thick travertine with a bevelled edge supported by glued on timber pad and metal brace.

    It’s a table that was once an indoor dining table (my folks house for many years) and then lived outdoors on a covered balcony for a couple of years. As such it has a bit of ‘outdoorness’ to it now rather than it being a perfectly refined indoor table (although would still suit that). For instance the metal brace located at the top of the plinth type base has some surface rust.

    Located South Perth and currently being stored in a spare room which I would like freed up to turn into a torture room for small children or Jehovahs Witnesses. Will likely need 3-4 people to move carefully as is a heavy chunk of Italian sedimentary rock. Separates into two parts (plinth base and top).

    Comes with four basic fake plastic wicker type outdoor chairs as pictured.

    Would be quite a few $K to replace today, but its certainly not new (what's a few million years amongst friends), so $200.

    PM and/or post here if interested.











    Deej
    Last edited by Deej; 01-02-2014, 06:29 PM. Reason: Item Sold
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