Granite

Granite shows natural stone in its purest form. The many ages of warping under high pressure have given this natural stone a striking look and unique technical features.

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Basalt

Basalt is a hard natural stone. As a result of its hardness and low porosity, basalt is very wear-resistant. The fine-grain look gives an extra dimension.

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Marble

In this natural stone you can discover an organic maze of lines. Every type of marble contains calciferous components. This relatively homogeneous, compact natural stone is easy to sculpt.

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Slate

This stone was pushed up to the surface millions of years ago under high pressure. The clay eventually developed into slate.

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Limestone

Limestone is a snow-white sedimentary rock in which you can clearly recognise the collection of fossils and/or quartz granules. This soft white stone is easy to sculpt.

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Bluestone

Bluestone is a compact dark limestone. The dark ground mass of this natural stone harbours fossils of sea lilies. It is a timeless classic thanks to its great versatility and its technical features.

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