Dug on the banks of the Chattahoochee River in Columbus, Georgia, these 1 or 3 inch, stone balls were part of a water filtration system set up by the Columbus Water Authority in the early 1920’s. Now coveted by the decorator trade as accent pieces. Some sellers market these as marble, but they are actually sandstone (silica), porous, and more suitable for filtering water.
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