The Parthenon was rebuilt at it's ultimate form under the leadership of Pericles during the Golden Age of Athens (460–430 BC). The old Parthenon was destroyed on 480 BC during the Persian invasion. Phidias, a great Athenian sculptor, and Iktinos and Kallicrates, two famous architects, were responsible for the reconstruction. Built on the Acropolis of Athens, it was dedicated to the goddess Athena, protector of the city.
The marble used for the construction and the sculptures was the famous marble of Penteli mountain which is near Athens. It is a stone ideal for the sculptures because of its density and fine grain that allows detailed creations.
All the temple sculptures were crafted on this marble and even today the art and detail is admired by the visitors of the Acropolis and the museum of Acropolis.
It is though possible to have in your space the same stone from Penteli mountain which is being quarried up to our days. This way, you can own the same stone used to create the miracles of the ancient world, the Pentelikon marble.
Pentelikon marble is a stone that has value of more than 2500 years. Well... how many stones can give to your project this kind of diachronic value?
In the photos below you can see the various selections of the material.