Pearl Beige Marble Tumbled Pavers

Natural Stone US offers premium quality Pearl Beige Marble Tumbled Pavers (aka Aegean Pearl, Caspian Bisque Marble Pavers) in stock at our San Jose, CA warehouse. 

Our Pearl Beige Marble Tumbled Pavers are one of the lightest colors we produce and offer in marble. Pearl Beige Marble Tumbled Pavers by Natural Stone US can be described as Off-White, Beige in color and also significant movement like a swirl in red vein. Although some variation in color is to be expected, it is overall very consistent throughout. Marble Pavers are tumbled, honed and unfilled. Another thing about Marble Tumbled Paver is 1.25″ and 2" thick and ideal for pool decks, patios, and driveways.

We offer that the sizes of Pearl Marble Tumbled Pavers are 6"x12", 8"x8", 8"x16", 12"x12", 16"x16", 16"x24", 24"x24" and French (Versailles) Pattern in stock! Furthermore, Natural Stone US offers premium grade Pearl Beige marble paver with matching Bullnose coping in tumbled finish in 1.25" and 2" thick.

Named Color: Pearl Beige             Color Hues: Beige           Material: Marble               Category: Paver, Exterior

Description: Pearl Beige Marble Tumbled Paver        

AKA: Aegean Pearl, Pearl, Caspian Bisque

Available Sizes:

French Pattern (Ashlar Pattern, Versailles Pattern) (8"x8"x1.25", 8"x16"x1.25", 16"x16"x1.25" and 16"x24"x1.25")

6"x6"x1.25"          6"x12"x1.25"         8"x8"x1.25"          8"x16"x1.25"          12"x12"x1.25"          16"x16"x1.25"         

16"x24"x1.25"       24"x24"x1.25"

Matching Pool Copings are available in 1.25" and 2" thickness.

We recommend sealing your pavers after installation so you can protect your investment. These limestone pavers come from Turkey. You can visit our social media accounts: InstagramFacebook and Pinterest.

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