Crema Marfil marble

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Below you can find two of the most common types of Crema Marfil marble available in the market.

Crema Marfil marble types

Crema Marfil Standard

Crema Marfil Commercial

Description

The Crema Marfil is a light-beige yellowish coloured marble, with uniform background. It presents occasional irregular darker vein and some signs of fossils. | Description

Recommended Use

The types of applications where the Crema Marfil marble is most commonly found are in exterior cladding, flooring, interior decoration, fireplaces… | Applications

 

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Crema Marfil recommended finishing

The Crema Marfil is one of the most demanded marbles in the world. It has been used on a large number of applications, also with all kinds of finishings possible. Despite this massive use of Crema Marfil and finishings, there are few finishings that we recommend.


Introduction to the main Spanish marble

Spain is home to some of the most famous marbles in the world and still one of the largest exporters of marble. The country has a large diversity of quarries and marbles to offer, with very good quality and diversity. But which are the main Spanish marbles?