Rouge Languedoc, also known as Rosso Francia or Rouge Incarnat is an historic French marble, which has been used since the XIX century for churches and nobile palaces. This nobile marble has an intense red colour with some elegant white veins. Rouge Languedoc has a good structure and can be finished in many ways, even if its unique colour is better endorsed when the tiles are polished or honed. The quarries of Rouge Languedoc produces many medium-big sized blocks. The slabs of Rouge Incarnat are always resined, in order to fix some defects or micro-cracks which may occur. Ziche resins all the Rouge Languedoc slabs in the modern factory in Brescia (IT), where the latest technologies are adopted and the slabs go through a triple vacuum epoxy resining. Rouge Incarnat is suggested for indoor applications, even if it can be used for stairs, ventilate facades, tiles, tables, chimneys, countertops,..
|Finishings:||polished, honed, brushed, bush-hammered, sandblasted,|
|Also known as:||marble Rouge Languedoc, marble Rouge Incarnat, Rosso Francia|