It is a marble silestone whose exploitation began in Roman times.
Negro Calatorao distinguishes itself for having some light veins of calcite. Its high degree of crystallization allows that when polishing it, it becomes shiny, and that is why it is known as “Mármol Negro de Calatorao”. Among the different quarries from where Negro Calatorao is extracted, we get the supply from the one that gets darker material, black colour, in the face of others that offer a grey colour.
Now, it is increasingly in demand when trying to create spaces with certain elegance and distinction.