Carrara CD

Carrara CD is an historic italian marble extracted from quarries located in the Apuan Alps. The quarries have been started by the romans and are arranged in three basins: Gioia, Colonnata, Fantiscritti where various winds of marbles are produced. Carrara CD is the most common marble of the area and is characterised by a darker background, slightly more veined then Carrara C. The slabs of Carrara CD have very good availability, and so this marble is suitable to used also for big projects. The structure of Carrara CD 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 CD are:

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