Egyptian Basalt

Dijon Tumbled Limestone

Dijon tumbled limestone flooring known, also as Sinai Pearl limestone and Triesta limestone, are all names of the most important type of Egyptian limestone used for multiple purposes.

We do exportation of this material to European market especially to France, Belgium, UK, and Italy.

Dijon limestone, a fossilized sedimentary rock hails from quarries located in the northern and southern parts of the Sinai peninsula in Egypt. A best-seller, this cost-effective natural stone is ranked among the top three limestone. Sinai Pearl limestone is a warm, neutral grain color of light creamy beige to light grey and a versatile limestone producing an array of beautifully soft muted tones used for flooring, wall cladding, and interiors including staircases, window sills, fireplaces, pools, and gardens for the exteriors.


This luxurious bespoke stone possesses organic veining, rich in fossilized shell fragments and speckled color variations enhancing its unmatched natural beauty. It may be customized to large French patterns (Opus patterns) and small French pattern sizes. Dijon Tumbled Limestone paving is the stone that is best used for outdoor paving, flooring in tumbled, acid-etched, bush-hammered finishes. 


Test Engineering

  • Water Absorption: 0.20 – 0.89 By weight %

  • Compressive Strength: 136.51 MPa

  • Density: 2305 – 2628 kg/m3

  • Flexural Strength: 13.1 – 15.7 MPa

  • Weight of the m2 of 2 cm T: approx. 52 kg

  • Weight of the m2 of 3 cm T: approx. 77 kg

Country: Egypt( Kefraya, West region of Bekaa Valley)

Dijon Tumbled Limestone

Recommended Usage: Walls and floors applications, mosaics of Marble, , pool and wall capping, Marble stairs, windows, Marble Fireplaces, Marble Floors, Marble Flooring, Interiors and Exteriors

Additional NamesCorantos Gold

Color: Beige

Dimensions of the marble tiles: Any Dimension

Thickness of the marble tiles: Any thickness, regarding the requirements of your project.
thicknesses as 1 cm, 1.2cm, 1.5cm, 2 cm, 3 cm

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