We manufacture in many types of natural stone, not only Portoro black Gold marble. We put our wide catalog of national and imported marbles at factory prices without intermediaries..
From which quarries is Portoro Gold marble extracted?
Portoro marble comes from / is extracted from the island of Palmaria, which is located in Italy between the cities of Genoa and Florence and is considered a luxury marble, being one of the most expensive in the world. Its use dates back thousands of years by the Romans for their most important works. Other countries have tried to produce natural stones similar to Portoro, such as the Dominican Republic, but have not managed to achieve recognition of the original Italian Portoro.
You can now buy the best Portoro black GOLD marble in tile format and cut to size
Black Portoro Gold is a high-end Italian-imported marble that looks spectacular in interiors (floors and wall tiles), bathrooms (floors and wall tiles), sinks, kitchens (floors, walls, countertops), showers and in water areas.< br/>
You can buy it in block format, table, tile and in any other custom size, since we are manufacturers and can adapt to the needs of the client.
The treatments applicable to Black Gold Portoro Marble
These are some of the finishes that we can apply to Portoro Gold marble, if you need any other you just have to contact us and we will provide you with all the information and prices.
What price per square meter (m2) does Portoro black Gold marble have?
Portoro Gold marble is, as we have already said, one of the most expensive marbles in the world. Although it is possible to cut it to the size you need, it is a natural stone that shines in large sizes. Use our Portoro marble price per m2 calculator (a little above) in case you do not find your size in this list
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Portoro Gold Black Marble Technical Data
Take a look at some physical and mechanical properties of Portoro marble. If you need any more, do not hesitate to contact our customer service team.
|Mechanical resistance to bending
|Apparent Specific Weight
|Mechanical resistance to compression
|Résistance à l'abrasion
|Mechanical resistance to compression after frost