Digby Stone - Limestone Classic - Harvest - Paving Slabs

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Digby Stone - Limestone Classic - Harvest - Paving Slabs

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Grouped product items
Product Name Pack size m2 Price per m2 Units per pack Price Qty
4 Size Project Pack
15.28 £35.52 48
£542.77  per pack
inc VAT
900 x 600mm 15.12 £36.99 28
£559.30  per pack
inc VAT
600 x 600mm 14.40 £37.25 40
£536.38  per pack
inc VAT
Grouped product items
Product Name Price Qty
900 x 600mm - Individual
£28.78  per slab
inc VAT
600 x 600mm - Individual
£19.19  per slab
inc VAT
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The limestone classic range is perfect for modern homes, offering exceptional aesthetics with its bold and dramatic colours. The modern look is further accentuated by its clean-cut sawn edges and calibrated thickness.  Available in 2 popular colours that will fit into any modern garden. Harvest contains warm golden yellows, dappled with pastel tones.

Harvest is available in 2 single sizes allowing for a more visually interesting layout, perfect for patios, pathways, and just about any paved area.

  • Single-sized packs are also available in individual slabs.
  • 22mm calibrated slabs.
  • Warm golden yellows with pastel tones.
  • Modern sawn-edged limestone.
More Information
Manufacturer Digby Stone
Material Limestone
Supplier Colour Harvest
Surface Finish Riven
Edge Finish Sawn / Straight
Thickness 22mm
Calibrated / Uncalibrated
Thickness Policy Manufacturer states that the thickness quoted is nominal and subject to manufacturing tolerances.
Dimension Policy Sizes and coverage are those attained when laid with a 10mm joint.
Digby Stone

Limestone is fine textured, so it takes on a distinctive, velvety finish when cut for paving. The surface is best described as an orange peel texture. Due to the impurities found in its sediment Limestone is available in a large variety of differing colours Dark grey, blue-grey, pale grey, cream, and tan colours are usually the easiest to find and limestone tends to be more evenly coloured than sandstone or granite. The very fine grain of Limestone makes it relatively easy to cut into all sorts of decorative shapes. As it is more dense than other natural stones it is much more resilient to the British weather and dries much quicker when wet.