More Information About Statuarietto Marble
Statuarietto Marble is one of the most famous white marble from Italy. This marble has a cold white color with busy thin veins and a few bold veins throughout the surface.
Its elegant appearance and good hardness allow it to be widely used for interior wall and floor decoration, like bathroom, kitchen, living room, hotel lobby, elevator, and fireplace.
What is the difference between Statuarietto Marble and Carrara Marble?
It is hard for many clients to distinguish Statuarietto and Carrara due to their similar appearance.
We would like to share two simple tips to distinguish them. One is different base colors, statuarietto has cold and cool white, but Carrara is more tend to warm white.
The other difference is veins type, the veinings of Statuarietto marble are always consistent and long, and sometimes with a few dramatic bold veins. However Carrara has more busy thin veins and grey dots, grey veins are not as clean and clear as the Statuarietto too.
Speaking of the price, Carrara marble is cheaper than Statuarietto marble. Normally for 1.8cm big slab, the factory price range of Carrara is from US$50 to US$90 per square meter due to different quality, and the Statuarietto is US$70 – US$130 per square meter.
What is the difference between Statuarietto Marble and Calacatta Marble?
It is easy to distinguish them. Calacatta Marble always has bold and less veinings, and its color is warm white. Calacatta Marble is more expensive luxious, the price of 1.8 cm big slabs is usually above US$300 and much higher.
Why do we choose Statuarietto Marble?
If you have limited budget for white marble and would like to have a better effect for your projects or home, Stauarietto is a perfect choice. Its price is moderate but also with good and luxurious looking. Calacatta is luxious but way too expensive, Carrara is cheaper but the texture and looking are not as good as Statuarietto.