artificial stone

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ar·ti·fi·cial stone

a specially calcined gypsum derivative similar to plaster of Paris, but stronger, because the grains are nonporous.

ar·ti·fi·cial stone

(ahr-ti-fishăl stōn, ahrti-fishăl stōn)
A specially calcined gypsum derivative similar to plaster of Paris but stronger because its grains are nonporous.
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Most reconstructed stone has a good face on both sides.
The Journal Homemaker: House builder Lemmington Estates advertises a new development at Waterford Green, Ashington, Northumberland, "designed exclusively, many superbly finished in reconstructed stone, including gas central heating and a well-planned kitchen with a selection of stylish units", from pounds 16,250.
The business manufactures reconstructed stone and pre-cast concrete products for the building industry, supplying major builders' merchants such as Travis Perkins, LBS and Davies of Whitland, Carmarthen.
Two round columns of reconstructed stone prop a lintel in the same material, making a shallow porch which addresses the entrance of SOAS across what Hare calls the 'precinct'.
We do, of course, still use bricks and stone, but the way we manufacture bricks and the use of reconstructed stone, has meant the new materials and similarly the new walls are far harder now than previously.