Caring For Your Fossil Limestone Plinth
Fossil Limestone Plinth
Constructed from solid slab, mitred edges and hollow design with plywood footed base our plinths are strong, sturdy and timeless.
The small size has been designed to work perfectly as a side table whilst clustered with the medium and large, allows for an exceptionally elevated aesthetic. A perfect addition to complete a well designed, curated space.
- Small W300 x D300 x H500mm
- Medium W300 x D300 x H650mm
- Large W300 x D300 x H900mm
- Small Approximately 30kg
- Medium Approximately 35kg
- Large Approximately 40kg
This stone has fairly consistent characteristics. As a limestone, some holes and dips can be found on the surface and on edging. This should not be mistaken for a chip or damage to the stone.
No assembly required.
All of our honed surface stone has been sealed which means that it is protected against dirt, liquids and stains however this is not fool proof and care should still be taken.
Avoid direct contact with high pigment liquids, foods and objects that may cause colour transfer.
Contact with substances that contain an acidic component (such as citric foods/drinks or some sticky tapes) may cause etching and should be avoided.
Although marble and stone is a hard material, it is also fragile and heavy. Care should always be taken when moving and if you feel strained please do not attempt to move alone. The weight should always be evenly distributed when moving the piece.
For basic cleaning simply use a clean sponge and warm water. We also offer a specialty range of Lithofin stone care products that have been selected for cleaning, protection and stain removal, which are available to purchase via our website.
Please be mindful when placing heavy objects as our pieces have not been designed to hold large amounts of weight.
Do not sit or stand on your piece.
When moving, do not push or drag along ground as this may cause the stone to chip and break off. Always use two people to lift and place your piece down gently in place. If dropped, this may result in stone cracking, chipping or breaking.
It is not recommended for outside use.