Basaltina by Il Casone



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The Basaltina is a molten rock, grey in colour, recognised and used since Roman times, and excavated in Bagnoregio (Viterbo), near the Bolsena Lake. With its compact and uniform structure, the Basaltina has the physical-mechanical characteristics of being frost-resistant and resistant to both compression and wear.

A stone with a porous groundmass, essentially uniformly iron-grey in colour, only occasionally streaked with obvious straight dark grey lines, millimetres thick and decimetres long. Frequently scattered in the groundmass are whitish millimetre-large crystals. Holes, usually millimetres and often elongated, give the material a well-defined grain.

Product group: Flooring units Wall coverings Natural stone Floor panels Natural stone slabs Natural stone wall tiles Natural stone floor tiles Wall panels Floor panels natural stone Material: Natural stone Colour Grey Colour Grey Colour Grey Floor panels grey colour Colour: Grey Colour: Solid/Plain Floor panels solid/plain Solid/Plain Solid/Plain Floor panels stone look Effect: Stone

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