Statuario Marble

Statuario marble, together with Calacatta marble and white Carrara marble, represents the most famous and sought-after variety of white marble in the world. An incredibly precious natural stone with a timeless charm, Statuary marble owes its name to the fact that more than any other marble it has been used for the creation of statues, sculptures and monumental works (to name one, Michelangelo Buonarroti made extensive use of Statuary white marble).
Although it is also extracted in the Carrara area, unlike the white Carrara, Statuario marble is a marble with limited availability and it is for this reason that the Statuary marble slab is characterized by a very high price.

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The peculiarity of Statuario marble is the presence of dark gray veins of different sizes that stand out strongly against its brilliant and crystalline white background and create a unique and spectacular effect.
The predisposition of Statuary marble to sculptural processing essentially depends on its physical characteristics and in particular on its compact structure and its fine grain which can be made incredibly bright thanks to polishing.
Due to its rarity and its cost, marble Statuario is selected by architects and designers from all over the world for prestigious coverings in indoor contexts (and therefore in environments protected from bad weather and atmospheric agents). For the same reason, it is easier to see white Statuario marble applied in the living room or bathroom rather than in the kitchen where there could be the risk of ruining it with acid substances.
Finally, the quality of Statuario marble to make every environment shine and enhance it represents an absolute certainty. Versatility also distinguishes this wonderful material: perfect for environments with a classic and traditional style, Statuary marble has no problems even if being placed in contexts with a modern imprint, always managing to perfectly balance aesthetic luxury and sobriety.

Material: Marble
Color: White
Origin: Italy
Uses: Coverings, floorings etc.
Surface: Polished, honed, hammered, flamed, chiseled etc.

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