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Timeless Charisma

Quarried in Italy, this elegant marble is a natural black stone with unique intense golden veins. In Roman times, it made extensive use of marble in Portoro imperial villas and probably was also used in the construction of the temple dedicated to Venus on the end of the Gulf of La Spezia on which it was built after the church of San Pietro. The name derives from Portorož,Italian translation of the French term or doors (“golden door”) with which it was called during the French domination. Originally it was called “mixed yellow and white”, was later named “Jade of Portovenere.”This rock is very elegant and refined, one of the most luxurious marble.







Italian Portoro

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