Statuario Marble is exclusively extracted from the quarries based in the Carrara Area, Tuscany in Italy. Statuario together with Calacatta marble & Calacatta Gold marble represent the most exclusive, rare and beautiful Italian marble. It’s availability is extremely limited and that’s the reason why it comes with a high price tag, Statuario marble is well known for its luxurious beauty in color and veins which makes it an easy choice in the highest end applications around the world.
Statuario marble and Calacatta marble are both types of marble which are from Italy, but they are extracted from different quarries or part of the quarry. Both when cut into slab and polished show a very natural pure white background color, the main difference comes from the veins which for Calacatta marble are thin, intense and light grey & gold colored, instead for Statuario marble veins are of a darker tone and thicker. Most of the times statuario shows one or two/three big thick veins crossing the slabs (those are called ‘’bastoni’’ by Italian marble masters)
Statuario marble is one of the most expensive and luxury marble in the world. Extracted in the Carrara Area in Tuscany, Italy. It’s a breathtaking natural stone renowned for its unparalleled beauty and elegance. Statuario Marble slab and block show a very white color accompanied by grayish thick vein which across the slab surface. It has many varieties like: Bianco Statuario, Statuario Venato, Statuarietto, Statuario Venatino. With Bianco Statuario being the withest, less veined and more expensive one.
Statuario marble is renowned for its luxurious beauty and tends to be on the higher price side among marble varieties like calacatta or calacatta gold marble. Think of it as a piece of fine art crafted by nature, each slab shows a pure white color adorned with intricate, elegant veining. Statuario Marble price tag is attributed to its rarity and exquisite beauty. This marble shows a unique veining that adds a touch of sophistication to any space.