Refined Glossy Black Portoro Marble table Vase, with golden veins.
When the elegance of black meets the splendor of gold, a unique marble like Nero Portoro is born.
The marble of beauty, of vanity, of the Italian essence.
This material is characterized by the refined chromatic effect given by the very intense black base,
embellished with shining gold-colored veins that give it a sophisticated and luxurious look.
When a ray of light hits a slab, new golden veins are pleasantly discovered that give the marble a different look every time.
Portoro is defined as something refined and difficult to replace in applications in the field of luxury construction, interior and urban furniture, artistic and style creations of all kinds, alone or in combination with other materials with different chromatic tones. . Its very decorative aspect makes it suitable for artistic and valuable creations such as vases, objects for elegant and refined furnishings.
The color is intense and brilliant black with golden veins.
Any imperfections and differences with the image are to be considered a guarantee of the uniqueness of the object and of the material.
A unique piece of furniture, the Black Portoro Marble Vase that we have selected for you is made for indoor environments and can be placed on low tables, on shelves or, if you prefer, used as a centerpiece.
Thanks to its unique shades of color it is perfectly suited to the combination with dark and antique woods but also with materials such as iron and concrete, dear to the modern conception of Interior Design.
Portoro or Portovenere marble is a precious variety of black marble from the western area of the Gulf of La Spezia.
The Nero Portoro marble is a refined Italian marble with a classic appearance, already widely used in Roman times, especially for temples, imperial villas and decorative objects.
Also known as Portovenere marble, it is extracted in the province of La Spezia. The extraction of this marble is very limited, which makes it even more exclusive.
Materials similar to Nero Portoro are also extracted in China and Santo Domingo, but the slabs do not have the same intensity of black, nor the brilliance of the golden veins that characterize Italian marble, making it one of a kind.
In Roman times, Portoro marble was widely used in imperial villas and was probably also used in the construction of the Roman temple that stood at the end of the promontory of Porto Venere and above which the church of San Pietro was later built.
Elegant and valuable, it has a remarkable resistance and is easy to clean thanks to its surface capable of limiting the absorption of dirt and humidity.