Basaltina

A rigid volcanic rock that varies with lighter and darker shades of grey. Upon first glance, a gritty texture presents itself. With a more careful look, Basaltina unfolds an intricate pattern rippling across the slab. Equally intriguing history is that Basaltina was a favorite material used during the Roman Empire. Having formed from cooling lava on the earth’s exterior, this volcanic rock is more pourous than other types of stone. Basaltina is sourced for a variety of uses, be it for decorative kitchenware to outdoor architecture.