Natural Paving - Cragstone Cobbles - Ebony

Quick Find Code: 003865
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Natural Paving - Cragstone Cobbles - Ebony

Quick Find Code: 003865
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Product Name Pack size m2 Thickness Units / pack Price per m2 Price Inc Vat Qty
Mixed Pack
15.00 25 - 50mm 585 £53.03
£795.48  per pack
inc VAT
200 x 100mm
6.00 25 - 50mm 250 £60.83
£364.99  per pack
inc VAT
100 x 100mm
6.00 25 - 50mm 500 £60.83
£364.99  per pack
inc VAT
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A dark, almost black, coloured limestone. These weathered cobbles when laid, will add quality and character to any path or driveway. The packs of mixed or single sizes can be installed to create a variety of cobble designs and patterns. All cobbles must be laid on a full bed of concrete and all joints pointed.

A mixed pack consists of:

  • 195no 200 x 150mm
  • 195no 150 x 150mm
  • 195no 100 x 150mm
More Information
Quick Find Code 003865
Manufacturer Talasey - Natural Paving
Material Limestone
Supplier Colour Ebony
Surface Finish Aged / Tumbled
Edge Finish Rumbled
Thickness 25 - 50mm
Calibrated / Uncalibrated
Thickness Policy Thickness stated is subject to manufacturers tolerances which is typically +-3mm.
Dimension Policy Sizes and coverage are those attained when laid with a 10-15mm joint.
Talasey - Natural Paving

Talasey - Natural Paving Products (UK) Ltd. was first established in 2004,  since then they have become one of the leading suppliers of high quality and ethically sourced natural stone in the UK. Natural Paving offers a range of products with a variety of different colours and finishes to ensure that something suits every project and budget. 

Natural Paving has since become one of the biggest innovators in today\'s market. They were the first company to supply a wide range of new products into the hardscaping market, such as a 50mm natural stone block paving and matching natural stone kerbs and edging.


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.

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