Dark Emperador marble

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Below you can find two of the most common types of Dark Emperador marble available in the market.

Dark Emperador Standard

Dark Emperador First

Description

The Dark Emperador is a dark brown coloured marble, with fine grain and some irregular and crossed lighter vein. It presents some occasional signs of white calcite. | Description

Recommended Use

The types of applications that have given the most credit to this marble are found in interior decoration, as well as some flooring, coverings, bath design and more. | Applications

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Dark Emperador marbleĀ“s alternative names

The Dark Emperador is an internationally recognized brown marble from Spain, with a large market and demand all over the world. This considerable demand has led to the creation of a large number of alternative names that are currently available in the market.


Dark Emperador possible finishings

The Dark Emperador is an unique type of marble, with a deep dark brown colour and some amazing white vein distributed all over its surface. This is a breccial type of stone, which accepts well certain types of finishings such as polished, honed, tumbled and others.