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  • Carrara marble has been used since the time of Ancient Rome[1] and it was called the "Luni marble". In the 17th and 18th centuries,

    The white Carrara Marble is characteristically homogenous, with a white to grey ground colour, shining grains and smoky grey veins, which run through the stone rather unregularly.

    The Carrara Marble is mainly used for stairs, but it‘s also suitable for kitchen tops and working surfaces or covering

    The white Carrara Marble has still a prestigious reputation. Its lasting beauty and timeless elegance is evidenced by the architecture and

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