BARDIGLIO NUVOLATO MARBLE

Bardiglio Nuvolato Marble is a prime popular marble mined in Carrara Italy, It features a dark gray to bluish-gray background with striking, wispy white or light gray veining. The marble exhibits a cloud-like or nebulous pattern due to the intricate veining, creating a sense of movement and depth. Bardiglio Nuvolato Marble is primarily composed of calcite and dolomite, with various minerals contributing to its unique coloration and veining. Bardiglio Nuvolato Marble unique veining and elegant appearance make it a favored choice for adding sophistication to residential and commercial spaces and interior applications such as kitchen countertops, bathroom vanity top or walls & floors. Interesting is the fact that during the cutting process it’s released a very strong fish smell due to its past formation. Slabs are available in stock in 20mm (3/4”) thick, polished or honed surface finish is recommended.

Bardiglio Nuvolato Marble slabs

bardiglio nuvolato marble slabs
Bardiglio Nuvolato marble slabs, 20mm thick, ideal use in kitchen bathrooms flooring wall

Bardiglio Nuvolato Marble

Bardiglio-Nuvolato

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Characteristic Description
Color Dark gray to bluish-gray background with striking, wispy white or light gray veining.
Pattern Cloud-like or nebulous pattern due to intricate veining, creating a sense of movement and depth.
Origin Quarried primarily in Italy, particularly in the Carrara region.
Composition Primarily composed of calcite and dolomite, with various minerals contributing to coloration.
Density Typically ranges from 2.6 to 2.8 g/cm³, solid and dense.
Hardness (Mohs Scale) Rated around 3 to 4, relatively soft compared to granite but still durable.
Water Absorption Moderate to high, susceptible to staining and moisture penetration if not sealed properly.
Porosity Moderate, requiring regular sealing to protect against staining and moisture damage.
Applications Kitchen countertops, bathroom vanities, flooring, wall cladding, fireplace surrounds, decorative elements.
Performance Soft and porous, less resistant to scratches, etching, and staining.
Maintenance Regular cleaning with mild soap and water, periodic sealing recommended.
Environmental Impact Considered environmentally sustainable when quarried responsibly.
Price Range Mid to high due to premium quality and prestige associated with Italian marble. Approx $ 40 to $ 80 per square foot or Euro 250 to Euro 500 per square meter
Pros Luxurious appearance, unique veining, adds sophistication to spaces.
Cons Higher initial cost, requires professional installation, periodic maintenance needed.

*If you are a private client, contractor, architect, or designer, we can deliver to you wherever you are. All you need to do is find a stone fabricator or manufacturer in your area where we can deliver our product.

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