Burgundy natural stone Masque bandeau

Burgundy natural stone

Identity : Limestone

Shades : Beige, honey, brown

Characteristics :  Soft to semi-hard limestone depending on the extraction site

Assets :  Timeless through its past use

Origin :  French natural stone

Finishes :  soft, polished, tambourished, brushed, sanded, sanded brushed,
Flame, Brushed Flame, Steel, Brushed Steel, Brushed Steel, Brushed Steel, Brushed Steel, Rugged…

Available format : All formats

Use : Interior – Exterior – Non-Immersive Stone

(Cladding, tiling, natural slabs, construction, sculpture, paving, landscaped aera…)


The stone of Burgundy is a limestone extracted in its region. As for wines, there are 83 different appellations in Burgundy stones.
They often refer to the place of extraction : Comblanchien, Corton, Nod, Buny, Magny…
Thousands of years have brought a specific form of crystallization and depending on this place, the limestones of Burgundy can be very tender, very porous, porous or with a low porosity or finally hard.
Many public buildings have been built with Comblanchien stone, which is a very hard stone. By contrast, it has to be noticed that a large number of appellations are very tender stones, which must be used in interior or exterior facades only (Magny, Anstrade, etc.).



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