Classical Flagstones

Classical Flagstones
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Classical Flagstones Collection

 
 
Matrshalls Tile and stone Classical Flagstones Natural Limestone and Travertine Products are hugely popular across the UK and Ireland.Here at TILEDEALER,our philosophy is not to mess around with the prices.WE JUST WANT TO SELL CLASSICAL FLAGSTONES CHEAPER THAN ANYONE ELSE
Many customers now ask why we are so competitive on our prices Well Low overheads and realistic pricing makes Tiledealer the place to shop for tiles in the UK for first quality guaranteed tiles
 

Email or call TileDealer Tile Sales team for the lowest possible price on the Limestone of your choice.Architects and specifiers always use this exemplary Tile supplier because of the quality  supply. 

Classical Flagstone opus patterns 
Limestone tiles are hardwearing and make the ideal compliment to any home.


Classical Roman Opus

A random laying pattern made up of 4 (or 5) stone sizes.

Stone Tile Laying Pattern Classical Roman Opus

Size guide:

For Aegean Cream:

A = 4 x406 x 406B = 2 x610 x 406C = 2 x200 x 406D = 4 x200 x 200
 

1.44m2 per module / pattern

For Desert Ochre:

A = 4 x400 x 400B = 2 x400 x 600C = 2 x200 x 400D = 2 x200 x 200E = 2 x197 x 197
 

1.44m2 per module / pattern

For Cathedral and Minster:

A = 4 x550 x 550B = 2 x550 x 825.5C = 2 x273.5 x 550D = 2 x273.5 x 273.5
 

2.72m2 per module / pattern

For Chenzira, Cosenza, Jerusalem Cream, Jerusalem Grey/Gold(brushed), Pearl, Safiya and Windsor Gold:

A = 4 x400 x 400B = 2 x600 x 400C = 2 x200 x 400D = 4 x200 x 200
 

1.44m2 per module / pattern

For Grande Provence:

A = 4 x808 x 808B = 2 x808 x 1220C = 2 x404 x 808D = 4 x404 x 404
 

5.89m2 per module / pattern

For Savannah and Silver Travertine:

A = 4 x406 x 406B = 2 x610 x 406C = 2 x203 x 406D = 4 x203 x 203
 

1.48m2 per module / pattern



Classical Opus

A random laying pattern made up of 5 stone sizes.

Stone Tile Laying Pattern Classical Opus

Size guide:

For Byzantine, Jerusalem Gold (tumbled), Jerusalem Grey/Gold (tumbled) and Ephrata Gold:

A = 2 x200 x 200B = 2 x200 x 400C = 2 x400 x 400D = 2 x400 x 600E = 1 x600 x 600
 

1.4m2 per module / pattern

For Travertine Classic (filled) and Travertine Ivory (filled):

A = 2 x203 x 203B = 2 x203 x 406C = 2 x406 x 406D = 2 x406 x 610E = 1 x610 x 610
 

1.44m2 per module / pattern



Classical Versailles Opus

A random laying pattern made up of 8 stone sizes.

Stone Tile Laying Pattern Versailles Opus

Size guide:

For Saint Benedict Antique:

A = 3 x406 x 806B = 2 x300 x 400C = 2 x400 x 606D = 2 x500 x 806E = 1 x400 x 400F = 2 x400 x 603G = 1 x400 x 706H = 3 x400 x 500
 

4.03m2 per module / pattern

 


Classical 3-way Opus

A random laying pattern made up of 3 stone sizes.

Stone Tile Laying Pattern Classical 3-way Opus

Size guide:

For Nero slate, Oyster quartzite, Rustic Black Slate, Rustic Grey Slate, Rustic Multi-colour slate:

A = 1 x300 x 300B = 1 x600 x 400C = 1 x600 x 600
 

0.69m2 per module / pattern

 


485 / 685 random length

A random laying pattern made up of 8 stone sizes of two widths and random lengths. This is to give a guide of the layout and in no way reflects the number or sizes of stones in the mix.

Stone Tile Laying Pattern 485 / 685 random length


450 / 610 random length

A random laying pattern made up of 28 stone sizes of two widths and random lengths. This is to give a guide of the layout and in no way reflects the number or sizes of stones in the mix.

Stone Tile Laying Pattern 450 / 610 random length


Set Width x random length

A random laying pattern made up of course of even widths and random lengths.

Stone Tile Laying Pattern Set Width x random length
Laid 
Limestone tiles are hardwearing and make the ideal compliment to any home.
Laid down over countless millennia, Limestone is formed by layers of marine organisms deposited on the sea floor and compressed to create a stone of intriguing texture and character.down over countless millennia, Limestone is formed by layers of marine organisms deposited on the sea floor and compressed to create a stone of intriguing texture and character.