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Where are the Portuguese pink marble quarries located?
Rosa Portugues, one of the most important in the natural stone industry in Portugal, is a marble that is extracted from the Alentejo area in Portugal, specifically in Estremoz, which is where the white and cream tone of Rosa Portugal is extracted. In the town of Borba, the pink marble that gives its name to this natural stone is extracted. It is estimated that there are currently about 50 quarries producing this Rosa marble, a significant reduction considering that 10 years ago there were more than 200.
Now for sale Portuguese pink marble in custom tile format
You can now buy pink marble from Portugal with us. We promise you a quality marble, a very low price (we are manufacturers and you do not go through intermediaries) and fast shipping to wherever you tell us. We can prepare your order in slabs of the measurements you need or in any other size such as skirting board, shelf, stairs, sinks, etc.
Finishes applied to luxury Portuguese Pink MarbleWe can prepare your Rosa Portugues marble orders with any treatment / finish you need, whatever it may be. If you have doubts about which treatment to apply, contact us so we can inform you. For example, if you are going to use it outdoors, a finish bush hammered or flamed to make the marble less slippery even in wet conditions.
- Polished, bright as mirrors.
- Raw, without treatment.
- Honed, it gives you a smooth finish and a matte Portuguese Pink Marble.
- Hard hammered, with a rough and steep surface.
- Aged, it offers a rough and dull appearance that simulates the passage of time in the stone.
- Sandblasted, is a finish that generates less important roughness than bush hammered
What is the price of a square meter of Portuguese pink marble in luxury quality?
The price of a square meter of Portuguese pink marble depends on the type of treatment you need it with. The most economical way is "raw" and depending on the finish it takes some increments or others. Here you have a price list of Portuguese rose for each of the finishes that are applied.