Belgian Black Marble

belgian black marble

The Belgian black marble (also known as Noir Belge marble) is precisely a Belgian marble and difficult to find due to the difficult supply conditions: underground quarries with limited production capacity (for example Golzinne and Bioul). Today, Belgian black marble is one of the most expensive marbles in the world due to its rarity. The use of Belgian black marble was extended starting from antiquity (when the Belgian provinces were part of the Roman Empire) and then passing through the Renaissance period up to the contemporary age and Art Deco. From the First World War onwards, both due to the difficulties related to underground exploration and the gradual exhaustion of Belgian black marble, there has been an increasingly limited use, mostly to the creation of prestigious and exclusive architectural and artistic works.

belgian black marble slabs for sale

The incredible beauty of Belgian black marble is undoubtedly due to its intense and absolute black color. Another essential detail is a surface jagged with light dots of a bright white color. The structure of black Belgian marble is dense and glassy on the one hand and particularly delicate on the other. This natural stone lends itself primarily to the creation of interior floors and wall claddings as well as to the glossy finish, being a process capable of enhancing its undisputed chromatic qualities.

Material: Marble
Color: Black
Origin: Belgium
Uses: Coverings, Floor, etc
Surface: Polished, Honed

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