Collection of Tufa grotto rock. Emulating the Grotto at Stourhead, Wiltshire, England.
Individual rocks are fully prepared for installation.
Excludes marble Ariadne statue, shell and ferns.
Tufa is a sedimentary rock composed of calcium carbonate or silica, formed by evaporation as a thin, surficial, soft, spongy, semifriable encrustation around the mouth of springs, seeps or along streams carrying calcium carbonate in solution, and exceptionally as a thick deposit along lake shores.