Alabaster is a natural material used in stone carving and sculpture.
Alabaster is used as an ornamental stone. Tenderness can sculpt in elaborate forms. In addition, given its solubility in water, it must be used indoors.
Alabaster, unlike marble, forms on the surface or very close to the surface on time scales cash in decades or centuries.
  There are two distinct alabaster forms, corresponding to two different mineral species: alabaster with its crystalline limestone and breaking and striated alabaster gypsum usually milky white and its fracture is often grainy and dull.