Coade stone

noun \ˈkōd-\

Definition of Coade stone

  1. :  a very durable artificial stone made in London from 1760 to about 1840 apparently from ground stone and clay

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Origin and Etymology of coade stone

after Eleanor Coade, 19th century British manufacturer

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