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Order a sample of this material. Please note that you will receive a small portion of the slab. You can view the entire plate in our Stone Gallery.

15 x 10 x 2 cm
7 working days delivery time


Marble is a rock formed from limestone. Millions of years ago, a change in temperature and mountain formation caused limestone to crystallise. This eventually turned it into marble. Over the years, clay, loam and sand created unique patterns and stains in the stone.

The biggest concern customers have when choosing marble as a tabletop is the possibility of staining. Although marble can be more sensitive to stains from acidic foods and drinks (such as red wine, lemon or tomato sauce), good precautions can be taken. For example, impregnating the stone surface with a stain-blocking sealer will fill the pores just below the surface of the stone, slowing down the absorption of liquids. This allows more time to remove spilt liquids in time and acids have much less chance to leave dull spots. Impregnation will not prevent acid attack, but it will slow it down, and it protects the natural stone against oil and other stains. In addition, marble also develops a beautiful patina over time, which automatically makes it less sensitive to acid and stain formation.


The honed finish provides a smooth and matt surface. The result is a soft appearance that is very pleasant to the eye and touch. The porosity of the material is higher, which means it is less stain-resistant.

Gloss: Matte | Stain-resistance: Low | Feeling: Soft