Marble has a natural, unique, exotic-elegant pattern and colours.
It can be defined as a metamorphic limestone. This simply means that once limestone is heated and pressure is applied, the calcite melts forming crystals finalising the marble.
Chemical damage is frequently caused by the contact of acidic juices such as tomato juice, pineapple juice, lemon juice etc. Acidic attack can also result from certain cleaning liquids. Sealing can reduce the susceptibility from acids, but will not eradicate it entirely.