Arabescato Corchia marble, the name of which comes from the homonymous mountain, features strong and clear veins. This is a very prized material, highly appreciated for the great gloss it conveys to spaces where it is laid. The light background color is decorated by equally light white ovules and grey and sometimes green veins. This material comes from the Stazzema quarries in the Province of Lucca (Italy). Between the 14th and 15th centuries this territory provided the raw material for building the imposing palaces and churches of Pisa, Lucca and Genoa.
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