Shell Limestone, Splitface Rubble

Black Rock, Victoria.

A newly deveoped stone format was used here to the shard wall of this new home in Black Rock.  Traditionally we have used the Shell Split faced stone in a block format, but here the stonemasons have rubbled the edgets of the stone laying it without a mortared joint.

Shaping limestone is quite simple - generally achieved with a small axe, yet the result is stunning.


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