Bush-hammered Piasentina stone

Bush-hammering is a mechanical treatment that gives the surface of the stone a rough and pitted appearance. This process can be carried out with bush hammers of various sizes and therefore with varyingly marked incisions.
The surface maintains the natural colours of the stone, while the incised areas are noticeably lighter.
The minimum thickness of the slab on which it is possible to carry out the bush-hammering surface treatment is 20 mm.
Finish almost exclusively for external use.