Botticino marble

Welcome to Botticino-marble.com. This is a complete informative website exclusively dedicated to the promotion and commercialization of Botticino marble from Turkey. Here you can find the most relevant information available about this natural stone, such as its background, variations, finishing, recommended applications and more.

Botticino-marble.com is a starting point for companies and individuals looking for the most reliable and updated information available on the Internet about this beautifulĀ beige marble from Turkey.

Below you can findĀ two common types of Botticino marble from Turkey available in the market.

Botticino Regal

Botticino Royal

Description

The Botticino is a beige marble that is originally from Italy. However, there are other types of this marble that are extracted in other countries, such as Turkey. | Description

Recommended Use

This is a preferential marble to be used on flooring applications, particularly interior flooring. Its uniform and stylish beige colour does a wonderful job. | Applications

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Which finishing for the Botticino marble?

The Botticino marble is a fairly hard natural stone, with a strong structure and some good technical properties. It accepts then a good range of finishings. Some of the finishings that we most recommend are polished, honed, brushed.


Botticino marble interesting applications

The Botticino is considered by many as a very stylish and refined natural stone. In fact, this is true. The beautiful beige marble combines an uniform deep beige colour with a certain vein/structure.