Bath stone


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Bath stone

n
(Geological Science) Brit a kind of limestone used as a building material, esp at Bath in England
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They are built from a local material called Stoke Ground Bath Stone, a very light limestone that royal fans will be familiar with.
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Bath stone tea lights, PS28, Rowen and Wren These beautiful stone tealight holders can be moved around the home to add a soft, warm glow.
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Q My father had the paint removed from the Bath stone exterior of his home, then had it re-faced.
The building is clad with a combination of Bath stone, curtain walling and thin glass reinforced concrete rain screen panels.
The site of Britain's only hot springs is now an exuberant source of indulgence, culture and architecture - with the signature Bath stone, in shades of honey and straw, bestowing grace and character on the city.
Built from the city's famed Bath stone, the endof-terrace Victorian house is five minutes' walk across North Parade Bridge to the heart of Bath and its historic buildings.
Built of Bath stone and with its skyline enlivened by tall chimneys, tourelles, conical roofs and pinnacles, Waddesdon is both astonishing in its exoticism and can serve as a challenging test in French architectural history.
The Bath Stone Group is reaping the benefits of a change in tyre policy which has seen tyre longevity on its underground loader shovels rise by 800 per cent, significantly increasing productivity at its Stoke Hill Mine.
All buildings have to be built in locally-quarried Bath stone, giving the city its an amazing golden colour.
With clay fired to recall qualities of Bath stone, the fragility of lining materials produces interiors with distinctly different qualities.