Azul Valverde limestone

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There are several variations of the Azul Valverde that are currently extracted from the quarries. Despite this, we present you below two mainstream options: the Azul Valverde Classic and the Gris Pardo.

Azul Valverde limestone types

Azul Valverde Classic

Gris Pardo

Azul Valverde origins

The Azul Valverde limestone is extracted at Valverde – Alcanede, which is located in the central part of Portugal. Its extraction area is mainly composed by quarries with small dimension and neighbours the extraction area of another well-known limestone: the Moca Cream…| History

Azul Valverde applications

Generally, the Azul Valverde limestone is used on most types of natural stone applications. It is common to find applications in external and internal flooring or masonry.

 

Due to limitation in terms of supply, this is a preferential limestone to be used on small scale projects.…| Recommended use

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Azul Valverde limestone current variations

The Azul Valverde is a very particular type of limestone. It is extracted by a bunch of very small quarries; reserves are limited; technically is a very hard limestone but that may change colour if exposed to much sun; quantities per variation are fairly small.