With an overall light grey shade, Chiseled is a finish where the very light grey of the chasing contrasts with the dark grey of the original material .
With a dark grey almost black colour, Black Honed is a satin-smooth finish with an even surface.
This finish displays the surface resulting after a block is sawn into slabs using a Diamond Saw.
This finish displays the surface of a mechanically sawn stone. The sawing process leaves traces which appear on the surface.
With a grey colour, Flamed is a finish obtained due to surface scaling by passing a blow torch over the stone
Bush Hammered Gross
With an all over light grey colour, Bush Hammered is a finish which displays white points on a dark grey background. Its surface is characterized by its strong salience and roughness.
With an even shiny black colour, the Polished finish brings out the unique characteristics of the stone.
Tumble finishing, s a technique for smoothing and polishing a rough surface on relatively small parts.
With a grey-blue colour, is a finish with an aged appearance. Traces of the sawing process are still visible. Fissures, veins and white patches or fossils.
This non-slip finish is not smooth to the touch. With a fairly rough surface, though considerably smoother than the sandblasted finish, the surface allows the original colour of the stone to be seen.
The sandblast finish is non-slip and quite rough. It is not as rough as the bush-hammered finish but more irregular to the touch than the brushed. It also shows up the original colour of the stone more than the bush-hammered, though less than the brushed.
Tumble finishing, is a technique for smoothing and polishing a rough surface on relatively small parts.
Bush Hammered Fine
With an all over light grey colour, Bush Hammered is a finish which displays white points on a dark grey background.
Combed is a finish characterised by the light grey grooves which contrast with the dark grey of the original stone.
With a dark grey-blue colour, Blue Honed is a satin-smooth finish with an even surface.
BELGIAN BLUE STONE - A COMPROMISE WITH QUALITY
Belgian Blue Stone benefits from more than three centuries of traditional knowledge as well as significant industrial potential for sawing, mechanical sizing and marbling finishing. Belgian Blue Stone is not only a good stone for building, but also a beautiful ornamental stone.
● Special attention is given to the selection. Since this is for us a imported material it would not be sensitive from our side to work with lower quality selection.
● Our Belgian Blue Stone handcraft is made to last, quality handcraft lasts as well.
● Belgian Blue Stone is so popular because its uses are almost endless from paving, to skirting boards, window sills, countertops, decorative elements and more.
● Not just suitable for all styles of architecture, Belgian Blue Stone also adapts to the demands of modern comfort such as under floor heating.
● Unlike imitations, genuine Belgian Blue Stone takes on a beautiful patina with age and thus enhances the prestige of the project. Wherever it is used, it naturally creates a discreet harmony between the design drawing and the charm of conventionality.
● Belgian Blue Stone is a natural product from the earth. Its aesthetic characteristics are the result of long geological evolution which gives a prestigious touch to any property.