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Seagrass

Seagrass is a limestone originally quarried from a bedrock quarry in Turkey. It is a sedimentary stone formed on shallow sea beds from monsoonal rains washing minerals, plants and animals into the sea. Structurally, Seagrass is a very hard limestone. This stone features quartz veins, and many fossilized shells. It has a soft green color with some gray and beige tints.