Though most closely related to marble, serpentine is technically not a “true marble,” it is by definition a metamorphic limestone. Often called a “green marble,” serpentine is usually dark green with white veining. This look is sought in luxury bathrooms and grand entrances alike.
It is a relatively hard stone and does not scratch as easily as a “true marble.” Because of its composition and sensitivity to harsh elements, it is not recommended for outdoor usage.
Because of the veining often found in serpentine, mesh reinforcement is generally required. Consideration should be given to the actual use and supporting substructure.
Examples: Emerald Green
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