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Top Limestone: the Fatima Blue limestone

Jan 4, 2021

The Fatima Blue is a light grey limestone, with fine grain structure and presenting regular darker dots all over its surface. The light grey color is very consistent, showing an interesting light color.

Top Limestone: the beige colored St Hubert

Dec 10, 2020

The St Hubert is one of the most refined beige limestones in Portugal. This is a fine grain limestone with a consistent beige color and delicate background.

Moca Cream limestone variations for 2019

Aug 1, 2019

The Moca Cream is a beige limestone with a unique and beautiful darker vein, which has assumed its place as one of the most relevant limestones used on building projects all over the world. There are quite some variations and selections of the same limestone, due to the large number of quarries extracting it. We […]

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Portuguese Moleanos limestones variations for 2019

Jun 19, 2019

The Moleanos is one of the most relevant limestones used on the international building and decoration sectors, having achieved top recognition as a consistent and affordable limestone that can be used on all sorts of projects. It has been positioning itself as a reliable alternative to local limestones like British, French or even US sourced […]

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Hot limestone: the New Valverde grey limestone

Aug 15, 2018

The Azul Valverde is a celebrity grey limestone from Portugal that has been a reference in the market for many years. However, this limestone is coming to an end of its life, with its reserves coming to an end.

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