It is one of the most precious materials of the extractive basin of Rapolano, it is also called Blue Etruscan Travertine.
Beige avory sedimentary stone, with white ivory or grey veinings and several vacuoles, which are concentrated in different levels, with a parallel development and with a variable thickness. Porous, the vacuoles are generally covered with beige ivory and opaque calcite crystals.
Thanks to the excellent technical and mechanical features and thanks to the fact that it is antifreeze, it can be used both indoor and outdoor. With specific finishes, it is usable even in places where the adoption of antislip surfaces, such as external pavements, swimming-pools and bathrooms, is necessary.
The Silver wood, as the others Travertines of Rapolano, was also used to realize very important architectural pieces of art, such as the ticket office of the Central Station in Milan.