Carrara C

Carrara C is an historic italian marble extracted from quarries located in the Apuan Alps. The quarries have been started by the Romans and have a good production of blocks. Carrara C is characterised by a candide purity and a white background, slightly more lighter then other Carrara marbles. The slabs of Carrara C have very good availability, even if the most famous application of this marble is that of the statues, among which there are some crafted by Michelangelo. The structure of Carrara C is incredibly strong and so it can be used for indoor and outdoor applications as well. It is commonly used for ventilate facades, floorings, tiles, countertops, pools. Other marbles extracted in the same quarries of Carrara C are:

Finishings: polished, honed, brushed, bush-hammered, sandblasted,
Also known as: Carrara C marble, White Carrara C,