Jura Beige is a yellow-beige limestone with natural glass or quartz veins and occasionally with lots of fossils.
Honed surfaces are created using different grades of abrasives under factory conditions and give a relatively minimal reflection (depending on the stone). The surface is smooth and matt without visible grooves.
Note: The quartz veins, together with the other natural elements, are part of the structure of the stone and are certainly not a possible breakage line. The natural properties of the Jura Beige require that the preparation of the stone is done in stages. To that end it is necessary to improve the natural faults, such as pores, open holes and small quartz veins, by filling them with polyester resin and suchlike. This procedure is necessary to guarantee perfect product quality: in no way does it depreciate the value of the natural stone. Jura Beige is very sensitive to wet conditions (forming of stains is possible due to the rust discolouration caused by oxidation of pyrite).
|Country of Origin||Germany|
|Suitability||Internal Floor, Internal Wall|