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White CherokeeTM

Marble | Quarried in Tate, GA, USA

Finishes

Polished
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Antique

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Honed

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Slabs selection

This marble comes from an extensive quarry that has been operated for more than a century. Stylish White Cherokee™ is one of the most homogenous marbles, and is used in large architectural projects and American heritage building restorations. It’s also an excellent choice for countertops.

Physical test results

Absorption by weight

ASTM C97

0.09%

0.09%

Density

ASTM C97

169.4lb/ft3

2 713.53kg/m3

Compressive strength

ASTM C170

9 336Psi

64.37MPa

Modulus of rupture

ASTM C99

1 365Psi

9.41MPa

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Take a Walking Tour of Washington DC, Where History is Carved in Stone

Take a Walking Tour of Washington DC, Where History is Carved in Stone

 

 

With outstanding monuments, some of the world’s best museums and other cultural institutions, Washington, D.C. is a must-do destination. While the sheer number of sites may seem overwhelming, Washington is an easily navigable city. The nation’s capital is rather compact in size and easy to explore on foot. You might say it’s the perfect walking city. Washington was elegantly planned by Frenchman Pierre Charles L'Enfant, who came to America to fight in the Revolutionary War and went on to become a trusted city planner for George Washington.

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Adding Modern to a Mid-Century Kitchen Means Ditch the Kitsch and Bring in the Retro Glam

Adding Modern to a Mid-Century Kitchen Means Ditch the Kitsch and Bring in the Retro Glam

 

Ariel Garneau of home décor and DIY blog PMQ for Two began her designer adventure as part of an always-on-the-move military family when she married her husband Dan in 2013. She’s built a blog and business around how to personalize Private Military/Married Quarters (PMQs), housing provided to members of the military and their families. Her devoted fan base loves to read her ideas on how to personalize these temporary rental-style spaces with smart solutions and delightful DIYs.

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Georgia Marble Keeps Tradition Alive With Modern Meets Sophisticated Southern Style

Georgia Marble Keeps Tradition Alive With Modern Meets Sophisticated Southern Style

When Charleston-based real estate professional, designer, and mother of three Krystine Edwards began planning her kitchen, one factor was top of mind: incorporating her trademark sophisticated Southern style.

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