The Jura Grey is a grey coloured limestone, with thin to medium grain and non-uniform background. This limestone is mostly known by the presence of strong signs of fossils with darker colour, sparsely distributed throughout the stone surface. It may present some grey colour variation.
The Jura Grey is a reference grey limestone from Germany, with considerable hardness. Its main variations depend mostly on the more or less abundance of darker fossils, as well as background uniformity. This limestone also presents a vein-cut variation that presents parallel vein along its surface, as well as a beige and grey mixed colour (also known as Jura Cocktail).
Jura Grey Limestone
Jura Grey Vein-Cut Limestone
Jura Cocktail Limestone
The Jura limestone is extracted in Germany, by several quarries with considerable dimension. The main extraction area is located around Titting-Kaldorf, which is located in the upper Bavaria region.
The Titting-Kaldorf area is located at some 130 kilometres north of Munich and at some 500 kilometres southwest of Berlin.