MARBLES

Marble is formed through a process of metamorphic sedimentary rocks such as calcite or dolomite, which causes a complete recrystallization of calcium carbonate of which are predominantly composed and gives rise to a mosaic of crystals of calcite or dolomite (mineral) . The combined action of temperature and pressure during processing of sedimentary rock in marble, leads to progressive obliteration of the original structures and textures present in the rock . The color of marble depends on the presence of mineral impurities (clay, silt, sand, iron oxides, nodules of flint), existing granules or layers within the original sedimentary rock. During the metamorphic process such impurities and recrystallised are moved due to pressure and heat.


Bianco Perlino

Bianco Perlino

Botticino Classico

Botticino Classico

Botticino Fiorito

Botticino Fiorito

Brown Kaise

Brown Kaise

Tumak Grey

Tumak Grey

Giallo d'Istria

Giallo d'Istria

Marmo di Orsei Nuvolato

Marmo di Orsei Nuvolato

Marmo di Orsei Perlato Olimpo

Marmo di Orsei Perlato Olimpo

Marmo Di Orosei Fiocco Di Neve

Marmo Di Orosei Fiocco Di Neve

Marmo di Orsei Venato

Marmo di Orsei Venato

Nero Marquinia

Nero Marquinia

Pietra Orsera

Pietra Orsera

Pietra PIasentina

Pietra PIasentina

Rosa Perlino

Rosa Perlino

Rosso Asiago

Rosso Asiago

Veselye

Veselye

Bianco Carrara Lucido

Bianco Carrara Lucido

Bianco Gioia Lucido

Bianco Gioia Lucido

Bianco Statuario Lucido

Bianco Statuario Lucido

Bianco Calacatta Lucido

Bianco Calacatta Lucido

Palissandro Lucido

Palissandro Lucido

Giallo Siena Lucido

Giallo Siena Lucido

Trani

Trani

Fior Di Crema

Fior Di Crema

Vratza

Vratza

Vratza Tipo A

Vratza Tipo A

Fossil Green

Fossil Green