The sawn surface is the result of the simple cutting of the block on which the signs of the tools used for sawing can still be present.
The flamed and brushed is the effect of the treatment after flaming. The result is an orange peel surface that is soft to the touch and less angular. Chromatically there is a slight accenting of the colors compared to the only flame.
Polishing is obtained by passing on the surface of decreasing grit wheels until a mirror-like translucent appearance is obtained.
The surface takes on darker and more charged tones.
The semi-polishing is obtained by passing a series of wheels until an opaque translucent appearance is obtained.
With the semi-polishing, the surface becomes darker and more charged.
Brushing is achieved by using brushes that give the surface an orange-tactile texture sensation.
The more you brush, the more the surface tends to darken.
The bush hammered rotor is made by a mechanical rotating plate, equipped with sharp points.
The effect is a minute and disordered pitting.
The bush hammered by hand is performed using a special hammer with a dowel pin applied. The effect is a geometric succession of dots.
It is a traditional process where the manual percussive action of the stonemason expresses its ability.
The antiquing is the result of an accented random flaming and subsequent brushing.
The final effect recalls the surfaces of the ancient artifacts on which the signs of past time and wear are imprinted.
The antiquing J is the result of an accented random flaming and subsequent brushing.
The final effect recalls the surfaces of the ancient artifacts on which the signs of past time and wear are imprinted; compared to the hand-aged it is darker and softer, more regular.
New finish obtained by micro-blistering of the surface and subsequent light brushing.
The result is a texture of the surface soft to the touch.
The natural split working is obtained by removing the sawn stone with a scaping tool. The surface obtained is irregular, with very marked roughness.
The flex surface is obtained through a dry finishing process of rubbing the surface with special discs that make it homogeneous and uniform.
The finish is characterized by a variety of microgrooves, resulting from the grain of the disk and the direction applied.