Own quarries, own production!

Reval honed

65.00  / M2 - 130.00  / M2 (without VAT)

Own quarries, own production!

Limestone from Tallinn (historically known as Reval) is the best-known Estonian limestone which may be up to 500 million years old. It has been used as a good building stone for centuries and it’s still popular. This limestone’s main tone is gray and it is not sorted by colour or tone. Here you can read more about this stone which has been used at least since the 13th century.

The thickness of these floor tiles is 10 mm (for 60 × 60 cm tiles 15 mm).

Limestone Reval is also available with antique surface treatment.

You can also order skirting stones, window sills, and countertops made of the same material.

You can read more about the delivery costs here.

NB! In order to familiarize yourself with the material you can order a 20 x 20 cm sample.


Product specifications

Surface treatment



10 mm (for 60 × 60 cm tile 15 mm)

Weight per 1 m2 (thickness 1 cm)

26.6 kg

Weight per 1 m2 (thickness 1.5 cm)

39.9 kg



Suitable for wet rooms


Suitable for use on the wall


Needs to be jointed


Suitable for outside use


Dry slip resistance

55.7 (P5/R13 – very low risk of slip)

Wet slip resistance

35.6 (P3/R11 – moderate risk of slip)

Production standards

EN 12057:2015 and EN 12058:2015

Quarrying location

Väo quarry, Tallinn, Estonia (59°26'10.0"N 24°53'19.4"E)

Factory address

Kivitööstuse, Sepa village, 93755, Saaremaa, Estonia (58°20'17.2"N 22°28'39.9"E)


The long tradition of using limestone Reval and its popularity is confirmed by the fact that large projects using this stone have been created from the 13th century (Tallinn’s fortifications and houses of Tallinn old town) and until today (Kumu art museum).

It has been used as a good building stone for centuries in the old towns of Tallinn and St Petersburg and it’s still popular.

In the Scandinavian market, the names Lindholmen and Estlandia Kalksten are also used for this stone.

The slip resistance of honed limestone Reval is as follows: 55.7 for dry surface and 35.6 for wet surface. The dry surface value corresponds to rating P5 (R13) and the wet surface value corresponds to P3 (R11). The ratings P5/R13 indicate greatest level of slip resistance and very low risk of slip. The ratings P3/R11 indicate moderate risk of slip. Tests were performed in the Stone Pole Oy laboratory in Finland.

Technical information


If you wish to make sure that the stone is suitable, you can order a sample here.


You should consider adding 10% for wastage. In case of a more difficult installation, this should be 15%.


We will dispatch the order within 3 weeks, starting from making the payment (except for samples, which will be delivered sooner). You can find out more about delivery here.

The delivery costs will be calculated in the cart.

Explanation of falling lengths

In case of falling lengths, the tile’s length and width are determined, but its length will vary:

  • for the 200 mm tile between 350-600 mm;
  • for the 300 mm tile between 450-700 mm;
  • for the 400 mm tile between 450-800 mm.

You can find more information about the falling lengths here.

Care instructions

Natural stone is a relatively delicate and sensitive material and any objects harder than the stone can scratch its surface. The surface of the stone can be cleaned either with pure water or special cleaning agents.

In case of interior use and not very damp rooms, it is recommended to wax the stone. The layer of wax will protect the surface from getting dirty. Here you can get a more detailed overview of caring for natural stone.


You can find answers to several questions relating to products sold in the online shop in the section “Questions and answers”.