The finish of the Stone is left as the machine has cut.
The finish of the Stone is left as the machine has cut with a bevel.
Surface finish by mechanical means but with a perimeter bevel to the pieces. The bushhammer is one of the most traditional finishes, as it is applied by repeatedly tapping with a spark plug that tapers the surface and with the bevelled edges.
Surface finish by mechanical means. It is the typical finish to give a more natural appearance and at the same time aged to the stone. The bushhammer is one of the most traditional finishes, as it is applied mechanically beating repeatedly with a miter that is tapping the surface, which is chipped the perimeter edges of the face.
A rough surface is achieved by mechanical abrasion without the use of acids.
Aged surface with a velvety texture to the touch and to the eye, within this type there are several models. A smooth and shiny surface is achieved.
The aged polished highlights the aspect of the rock, showing clearly its texture and colors. The tone that is obtained is darker than the accomplished with other surface treatments.