Botticino Fiorito

Botticino Fiorito is a famous italian marble, coming from the Lower Alps in the North of Italy.

Ziche produces many blocks of this marble in the “Bolla” and “Paine” quarries. The height of the branches, usually allows the cross-vein cut of the blocks. The marble Botticino Fiorito has fewer defects than the other types of Botticino marble, and is hence suitable for every kind of uses in slabs, floorings, stairs, ventilate facades, countertops. Thanks to its good structural qualities, most of the slabs of Botticino Fiorito do not need to be resined. The marble Botticino Fiorito is used for important project, and thanks to its light homogenous background it is often combined with other prestigious marbles such as the Nero Portoro, Yellow Siena or Emperador Dark.

Finishings: polished, honed, brushed, bush-hammered, sandblasted,
Also known as: Botticino Fiorito Marble