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Pietra da Torre (literally translated from Italian: Tower Stone), taking its name from the wide use made of it to build Siena’s towers. A number of sources confirm that the Pietra da Torre used for Siena’s buildings and monuments came from the nearby Montagnola hills...

The polishing is the operation that makes the stone surface reflecting and flat....

The brushing makes stone surface uneven but at the same time it reduces its porosity....

Qualification attributed to the face of a block/slab directly obtained by mechanical cutting (by saw, indeed) of the stone without further processing and treatment....

Particular finish we get by exerting pressure with specific tools on natural breakage lines usually found in a block....

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