This section shows decorative top of a beige marble column monuments and other carved pillars and various styles of pillars, including Roman columns, Greek pillars, Corinthian columns, ion columns and Doric columns.
The material of decorative top of a beige marble column monuments. Marble occurs in a very wide range of colors. Marble formed from the purest limestones is white in color. Iron oxide impurities in the limestone will produce a yellow, orange, pink or red color. Clay minerals can produce gray colors that often occur in bands after the compositional stratification of the original limestone. Abundant bituminous materials can produce dark gray to black marble. Marble that contains serpentine often has a green color.
Each of these decorative top of a beige marble column monuments can be made into solid or hollow structures and can be used for both structural and non-structural internal as well as external applications. In addition to the conventional large-scale building marble columns, there are square columns, decorative outdoor columns, small columns and column and split columns.