Originally quarried in Spain, the Nero Marquina name is now used to refer to a variety of stones with a dark black background and thin white veins. The characteristics and performance of the stone will vary depending on where the stone is quarried.
With striking white veining ranging from subtle through to dramatic lightning bolts on a deep black background, Nero Marquina provides an immediate impact and is often paired with contrasting white marbles such as Bianco Carrara for classic chequerboard installations.
Nero Marquina can be used on floors while some versions are best suited to light traffic applications or walls. Vanities, benchtops and bathrooms are also popular applications of Nero Marquina Marble.
Read our latest blog post if you are curious in the difference between Spanish Nero Marquina and Chinese Nero Marquina.