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Marbre de Saint Pons

Saint-Pons Red

Known as the “red marble of Languedoc”, the RED MARBLE OF SAINT PONS is close to both the “Rouge de France” and the “Rouge Incarnat” according to the places where it is extracted. Red veined white or grey with small black ribs, this marble is known and recognized especially in Versailles Castle where he was very popular with architects mainly for the realization of furniture.

Saint-Pons Red

Technical Specifications

  • Age

    Primary era, Devonian floor (380 millions years)

  • Density

    2.7

  • Open porosity (NF EN 1936)

    0,3%

  • Resistance to flexion under center load (NF EN 12372)

    11.3 Mpa

  • Los Angeles (EN 1097 - 2 )

    LA35

  • Micro - Deval (EN 10971)

    MDE25

  • Chloride (EN 1744 - 1)

    < 0.001 %

  • Sulfur Total (EN 1744 -1 )

    S1 categories

  • Sulfate soluble in acid (EN 1744 - 1)

    ASO.2

  • Absorption of water (EN 1097.6)

    0.4

  • Sensitivity to gel - degel

    F2

Marbre de Saint Pons

Golden Kuros

Ce marbre ancien dont le nom est une référence parmi les marbres français, a été utilisé dans les années 50 à 80 en aménagement intérieur (dallage et en mobilier).

Le Kuros Doré est un marbre à fond blanc crème, associé à des veines de couleur jaunes dorées et pêches. Disposé en livre ouvert, son veinage est extrêmement décoratif.

Golden Kuros

Technical Specifications

  • Age

    Ere Primaire, étage Dévonien (380 Millions d’années)

  • Density

    2,7

  • Open porosity (NF EN 1936)

    0,3%

  • Resistance to flexion under center load (NF EN 12372)

    11,3 Mpa

  • Los Angeles (EN 1097 - 2 )

    LA35

  • Micro - Deval (EN 10971)

    MDE25

  • Chloride (EN 1744 - 1)

    <0,001%

  • Sulfur Total (EN 1744 -1 )

    Catégorie S1

  • Sulfate soluble in acid (EN 1744 - 1)

    ASO.2

  • Absorption of water (EN 1097.6)

    0,4

  • Sensitivity to gel - degel

    F2

Marbre de Saint Pons

Kuros Nacre Pearl

The Kuros “Pearl de Nacre” is a marble with a creamy white background, drawing towards grey-blue, and topped with yellow veins. The look and the color evoke mother-of-pearl which leaves an impression of lightness and discretion. Specific lighting will reveal its transparency properties and sublimate all your architectural projects.

Kuros Nacre Pearl

Technical Specifications

  • Age

    Primary era, Devonian floor (380 million years)

  • Density

    2,7

  • Open porosity (NF EN 1936)

    0,3%

  • Resistance to flexion under center load (NF EN 12372)

    11,3 Mpa

  • Los Angeles (EN 1097 - 2 )

    LA35

  • Micro - Deval (EN 10971)

    MDE25

  • Chloride (EN 1744 - 1)

    <0,001%

  • Sulfur Total (EN 1744 -1 )

    S1 categories

  • Sulfate soluble in acid (EN 1744 - 1)

    ASO.2

  • Absorption of water (EN 1097.6)

    0,4

  • Sensitivity to gel - degel

    F2

Marbre de Saint Pons

Kuros Peach Flower

Similar to the Italian marble "Fior di Pesco" the KUROS PEACH FLOWER MARBLE has creamy white background strewn with peach to purple veins. Often used in the 19th century in top cultural buildings, including the Opera Garnier in Paris, this marble has a strong added value in decoration.

Kuros Peach Flower

Technical Specifications

  • Age

    primary era, Devonian floor (380 million years)

  • Density

    2,7

  • Open porosity (NF EN 1936)

    0,3%

  • Resistance to flexion under center load (NF EN 12372)

    11,3 Mpa

  • Los Angeles (EN 1097 - 2 )

    LA35

  • Micro - Deval (EN 10971)

    MDE25

  • Chloride (EN 1744 - 1)

    <0,001%

  • Sulfur Total (EN 1744 -1 )

    S1 categories

  • Sulfate soluble in acid (EN 1744 - 1)

    ASO.2

  • Absorption of water (EN 1097.6)

    0,4

  • Sensitivity to gel - degel

    F2

Marbre de Saint Pons

Skyros

Skyros is a white marble whose deposit is limited to small quantities. From a snow-white crystalline background, it is dotted with light yellow or black veins. The blocks extracted in this material are very tight with little flaw. They are most often used by carvers or interior designers.

Skyros

Technical Specifications

  • Age

    Primary era, Devonian floor (380 million years)

  • Density

    2,7

  • Open porosity (NF EN 1936)

    (NF EN1936) : 0,3 %

  • Resistance to flexion under center load (NF EN 12372)

    (NF EN 12372) : 11,3 Mpa

  • Los Angeles (EN 1097 - 2 )

    LA35

  • Micro - Deval (EN 10971)

    MDE25

  • Chloride (EN 1744 - 1)

    <0,001 %

  • Sulfur Total (EN 1744 -1 )

    S1 categories

  • Sulfate soluble in acid (EN 1744 - 1)

    ASO.2

  • Absorption of water (EN 1097.6)

    0,4

  • Sensitivity to gel - degel

    F2

Marbre de Saint Pons

Royal Purple

Royal Purple marble is unique in the world. Characterized by a purple plain background, it can be sprinkled with grey veins. Its polish gives it a depth and density highly appreciated in decoration and furniture design. Combined with a brushed finish, the Royal Purple marble provides a special touch of fantasy similar to that of leather.

Royal Purple

Technical Specifications

  • Age

    primary era, Devonian floor (380 million years)

  • Density

    2,7

  • Open porosity (NF EN 1936)

  • Resistance to flexion under center load (NF EN 12372)

  • Los Angeles (EN 1097 - 2 )

  • Micro - Deval (EN 10971)

  • Chloride (EN 1744 - 1)

  • Sulfur Total (EN 1744 -1 )

  • Sulfate soluble in acid (EN 1744 - 1)

  • Absorption of water (EN 1097.6)

  • Sensitivity to gel - degel