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I suspect that even though reconstituted stone was originally made with mixing stone chips or dust with cement, it is probably now made with epoxy. Most likely the answer is tucked away in the 28-pages.
What I did not notice was a price list. Just hauling a thousand pound original scale planter would cost a lot.
They say is it suitable for outdoors, but I wouldn’t leave it outdoors if there was a chance of freezing.
Here That stuff
Sidna Allen House, Fancy Gap, Virginia
Ethan Allen Homestead, Burlington, Vermont
Nathan Allen House, Pawlet, Vermont
Allen House Hotel, Olympia, Washington, listed on the NRHP
Judge J. W. F. Allen House, Moorefield, West Virginia
Abram Allen House, Milton, Wisconsin