Antique stone finish
To show how authentic our standard stone looks, we are proud to show you why we chose this method above all others. Below you will see a section of carved limestone. This piece of stone was discovered on the outskirts of Rome, close to a place called Ostia. This was the main port in the area located on the river Tiber and thrived between the second and third century AD.
The colour is applied over wet stone to give us the opportunity to create light and dark areas.
After the colour has been applied and dried out, a small amount of scaping is done to each piece. This reveals the natural colour of the stone for a historical look.
We took a random piece of stone from the shelf for this picture
Original Roman stone Our antiqued stone