Luserna Stone

Luserna Stone
Luserna Stone

Luserna Stone is a natural rock of Italian origin, specifically quarried in the mountainous areas around Luserna San Giovanni, in Piedmont.

This stone is a gneiss, a metamorphic rock characterized by high resistance and considerable hardness, due to its composition which includes minerals like quartz, feldspar, and mica.

It can be processed in various ways to suit a wide range of applications.

The most common finishes include natural split, polishing, flaming, and bush-hammering.

Each of these finishes gives the stone a different appearance and texture, making it suitable for various aesthetic and functional contexts.

Luserna Stone is extremely resistant to atmospheric agents, frost, and wear, making it ideal for outdoor applications such as paving, cladding, and walls.

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