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Nothing is eternal, but there is something that remains over time: STONE. Since ancient times, stone has been used to build, decorate and for various other purposes and, even today, we find in it READ

 
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  • FLOORING AND PAVING

    The Strong Alberese Colombino stone from our quarries is especially valued and used in the redevelopment of our country's major plazas and old town centres. Its high hardness and frost resistance, its ability to be used in driveways and its versatility have made this stone one of the most popular natural materials in Italy.

  • DRESSED STONES FOR DOORS, WINDOWS AND GATES

    For the production of architraves, jambs and thresholds for finishing doors, windows and gates, Sandstone is used mainly. Emporio della Pietra uses and selects only the best quality stone, which is processed manually by our expert masons, who are able to transform a simple idea into a work of art.

  • TYPES OF WORK AND PROFILING

    Our stone allows various types of working and profiling. Following are some examples of the most used workings and profiles. However, we are able to develop any ideas you may have.

  • FURNITURE AND SPECIAL ORDERS

    Countless works and authentic masterpieces can be created with stone. Suitable for any design, from ancient to modern styles, indoor or outdoor furniture, with stone you can create anything, leaving room for creativity, for the sophistication and elegance of a precious item that is enriched over time.

  • INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL STAIRCASES

    Undoubtedly elegant and remarkably resistant to frost, the Strong Alberese Colombino stone is particularly appreciated both for outdoor and indoor use, for the construction of flooring, pavements, staircases and steps.

  • WALL COVERING, CAPITALS AND CLADDING

    The covers for the walls and the capitals for finishing columns are generally made of hard Sandstone. Regarding wall cladding, it is possible to use wall stones or Sandstone 'bozzette'.

  • MOSAICS

    The natural cracked effect mosaic from the quarry is generally derived from Sandstone, "cracked" manually.