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Cremino marble is one of the finest Italian marbles used in building and interior/exterior design.
It has exclusive features and origins.


Features of Cremino marble

The quarries of Cremino marble in Italy

Cremino is a wonderful Italian marble quarried, manufactured and produced almost exclusively in the area of Custonaci, in western Sicily. It belongs to the same marble family of Perlato di Sicilia and can be used in several fields, from interior and exterior covering to street and home furnishing, due to its technical and aesthetic features.


Cremino composition

Cremino marble is essentially composed by fossiliferous limestone. It has a bright beige colour with white spots of pure calcite and irregular orange veins for an amazing elegant surface.

Its chemical, mechanical, technical features make it a really versatile material that thanks to its fine look and practicity is perfect for many kinds of usage.


Technical specifications:


  • Composition: 97% CaCO3 with of oxides of Fe, P, Al e Mn
  • Compression breaking load: 1972 kg/cmq
  • Compression breaking load after freezing: 2131 kg/cmq
  • Absorption coefficient: 0.89
  • Indirect tensile breaking load by bending: 142 kg/cmq
  • Impact resistance: 28 cm
  • Linear thermal expansion coefficient: 0.0040
  • Frictional wear test: 0.57
  • Specific gravity: 2679 kg/mc
  • Modulus of elasticity: 705.000 kg/cmq


  • Blocks
  • Slabs
  • Tiles of different sizes
  • Steps / Risers
  • Skirting boards
  • Special works
  • Urban furniture
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