Purbeck stone

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Pur´beck stone`

1.(Geol.) A limestone from the Isle of Purbeck in England.
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This beautiful 200-year-old old Purbeck stone building marks the start of the Jurassic Coast and is just steps from long sandy beaches and marvellous clifftop walks.
Farrow and Ball (www.farrow-ball.com) has a soft shade called cooking apple green which is easy on the eye, along with Purbeck stone, a neutral shade that will off-set accessories as well as blend in with any existing furnishings you have.
Quince Cottage is a Grade II listed former quarrymen's cottage made of Purbeck stone. It is worth around pounds 220,000.