Burgundy natural stone Masque bandeau

Burgundy natural stone

Identity : Limestone

Shades : Beige, honey, brown

Characteristics :  Soft to semi-hard limestone depending on the extraction site

Assets :  Timeless through its past use

Origin :  French natural stone

Finishes :  soft, polished, tambourished, brushed, sanded, sanded brushed,
Flame, Brushed Flame, Steel, Brushed Steel, Brushed Steel, Brushed Steel, Brushed Steel, Rugged…

Available format : All formats

Use : Interior – Exterior – Non-Immersive Stone

(Cladding, tiling, natural slabs, construction, sculpture, paving, landscaped aera…)

The stone of Burgundy is a limestone extracted in its region. As we know in wines, there are 83 different appellations in Burgundy stones.
They often refer to the place where the stone was extracted: Comblanchien, Corton, Nod, Buny, Magny…
Depending on the place of extraction, millennia bringing a form of crystallization of the stone, the limestones of Burgundy can be very tender, very porous, porous or low porous and finally hard.
Many public buildings have been built using Comblanchien stone, which is a very hard stone. On the other hand, it can be seen that a large number of appellations are very tender stones to be used only in interior or exterior facades (Magny, Anstrade, etc.)



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