Italian marbles extracted in Tuscany, from the Apuan Alps to the typical colors of the Versilia mountains.
In exclusive, Vie Del MarMo works and offers materials with wavy veins similar as sea waves and water pigment. The colors seem random but take up the freshness and the sea flavor of the extraction zone Forte dei Marmi.
Brezza della Versilia
Brezza della Versilia is a compact marble, with a warm white base with aquamarine veins. The extraction area is the Versilia, Querceta locality. It is a stone that recalls the sea breeze, the blue and Tiffany veins in waves create originality and elegance. This characteristic has recognized it as the most representative marble in the nautical sector. Suitable for furnishing accessories, objects and coverings.
Vie Del Marmo
Vie Del Marmo is a compact fine-grained lithotype with an overall ivory color, locally tending to beige yellow and green with purplish details. Irregular veins, even anastomizing.
Bardiglio Fiorito is a compact marble with a light gray color, characterized by anthracite gray veins with a linear pattern.
The Calacatta Cielo is a beautiful Italian marble, with a white / blue background with golden and blue veins. Appreciated for its elegance and refinement, available in any finishing, this marble is used for coverings and objects.
Carrara White Marble is one of the most famous Italian marbles in the world, it’s a marble composed of a white base with a uniform and homogeneous tonality and presence of gray veins, it’s fine-grained, with the possibility of pyrite crystals. The quality of the Carrara material is defined by the whiteness of the background and the composition of the gray vein.
The Statuarietto is a medium-fine-grained lithotype of white color with more or less dark gray veins, of sub-millimetric thickness and inhomogeneous course, and with centimetric gray veins associated with opaques, even millimetric. The material is compact and without surface porosity. Little pyrite crystals may appear.
Calacatta is a compact lithotype with a brecciated appearance, also with pluridecimetric, white, afanitic clasts, with thin and light brown-yellow veins, immersed in a fine-grained, more or less clear gray cement, locally characterized by dark veins. There are rare surface porosities.
Portoro is a valuable stone with a deep black background and gold veins. The extraction area is La Spezia, precisely in Portovenere. Portoro marble is a stone of great nature and beauty; its originality and elegance make it suitable for prestigious coverings and modern and ornamental furnishing accessories.
Black Marquiña marble is an intense black material with a very compact background extracted from Spanish quarries. This natural stone is crossed by irregular veins of white or light gray color, more or less marked with a diagonal pattern, a detail that gives to the Black Marquiña marble an original and modern appearance, never taken for granted. Nero Marquiña is a versatile material that can be applied in different types of projects for indoor and outdoor environments such as floors, stairs, kitchen tops, windowsills, columns, pool coverings and fireplaces. Furthermore, this stone can be used in combination with other marbles, especially the white and gray ones, which can underline and highlight aesthetic qualities of black Marquiña marble.
Paonazzo is a compact fine-grained lithotype with an overall ivory color, locally tending to beige yellow and purplish red, with irregularly shaped veins, also anastomizzantesi, of black, greenish color, limitedly passing to purple, with yellowish areas with a sub-parallel course to the veins, areas due to presence of limonitic oxides and hematite.
Statuario Venato is a clear white material with many and large light-dark gray veins. The main feature of the Statuario Venato white marble is its very fine grain called saccaroid texture which makes it suitable for use in design projects but also in sculpture, thanks to its uniformity and consistence.