Kind of serpeggiante
Briar stone is a kind of Serpeggiante (windy) stone, vein cut, with a dark cream background and a cloudy surface of great elegance (looks like burl wood).
It’s made of pelmicritic limestone with algal and pellet sheets, with regularly progressing intraclasts and bioclasts.
It’s very much apt for floorings, wall coatings, staircases nad interior design elements.
It’s possible to create natural briar stone pavings with unique visual effects and an original, unrepeatable design, exalting them with the different latest generation finishes, such as lapping, which highlights armoniously all the different veins in the floor.