Ivory 1/2″x2″ Honed & Splitface Ledger


Ivory 1/2″x2″ Honed & Splitface Ledger
Common Names: Ivory, Light Travertine, Olympus Light

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Ivory 1/2″x2″ Honed & Splitface Ledger
Common Names: Ivory, Light Travertine, Olympus Light

  • Durable Product for High Traffic Area.
  • Natural Stone from Turkey.
  • There is a 10% breakage rate which is industry standard.

The pearly tones of the Ivory collection bring to mind many of the beautiful vistas of Turkey, the country of origin of these travertine stones. Available in different finishes, shapes and sizes, the stones in this versatile collection allow for installation in virtually any space in a project. From the coping stones to complete a pool area to decorative stones used as an accent, the possibilities for enhancing and completing decor are endless.

The splitface form is perfect for breaking up the monotony of a space by adding texture with a unique touch. There’s nothing like a mosaic for quickly adding elegance to a kitchen backsplash. The french pattern, available in tiles and pavers, is a particularly popular design choice. The variety available in the Ivory collection makes it exceptional for creating a unified design in a location.

The creamy tones of the Ivory collection work well to bring light into a darker design or to highlight the greenery in a well-tended garden space. Picture these stones blending perfectly with a southwest style open villa, the floors and walls bringing light and air into every space. Equally at home in more modern designs, the beige tones blend well with almost any color combination.

Size Available In Size Available In
4"x8" Only Paver 36"x36" Only Tile
6"x12" Only Paver 24"x48" Only Tile
12"x24" Tile, Paver French Pattern Tile, Paver
16"x24" Tile, Paver
16"x16" Only Paver
24"x24" Only Tile

Tile Tickness: 1/2" - Paver Tickness: 3 cm or 1"+1/4"

Additional information

Weight 23 lbs

French Pattern


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