Travertine is found on the eastern bank of the Jordan River Valley and results from carbonate concretion and deposition due to hot hydrothermal circulating fluids. It is characterized by small decorative holes and varies in color from light cream and beige, to shades of brown and yellow. The stone is available in a number of finishes, including polished, honed, antiqued, and tumbled.
Water Absorption: 1.91 – 1.97%
Density: 2.42 – 2.51 kg/m³