A-zerobact Breche De Vendome
This breccia is characterized by an extraordinary blend of harlequin colors including dark red, black, dark green, and golden yellow. As a result of innovative techniques, this breccia has a brilliant polish.
Breche de Vendome is a type of marble that is quarried in the Vendome region of France. It is a sedimentary rock that is composed mainly of calcite and dolomite minerals, and it typically features a distinctive brecciated appearance, with angular fragments and veins of contrasting color.
The stone has been prized for its beauty and durability for centuries and has been used in a variety of applications, including sculpture, architecture, and interior design. Some of its most famous uses include the columns in the Louvre Museum in Paris and the interior of the Opéra Garnier.
Breche de Vendome is generally considered a high-end material due to its rarity and the difficulty of working with it. It requires careful selection and cutting to showcase its unique patterns and colors. The stone is available in a range of colors, including cream, beige, pink, and red, and its distinctive veining and patterning make it a popular choice for decorative and ornamental purposes.
Today it is particularly recommended for creating interior walls and floor coverings that seek to achieve stunning color effects.