Belvedere is a quartzite quarried in a desert area of Angola. It has a black background with white veins and golden hues that move and resemble the wind blowing over the great dunes of one of the oldest deserts in the world: the Namib Desert.
The colour that characterises this quartzite is black, which in contrast with the white spots enhances the highest point of saturation. When the yellow element also enters the scene, the degree of tension between the colours rises to the maximum and the natural contrast between the three allows it to enter the podium of the most versatile materials to communicate elegance and value.
It is a very hard quartzite, resistant and suitable for all types of processing: polishing, grinding, brushing, sandblasting, bush hammering, flaming and waterjet carving. It is a very popular material for kitchen and bathroom countertops because it is a brilliant quartzite, despite its predominantly dark colour. In addition, the light stains on the surface create decorative shapes on the stone that give rooms a dynamic yet refined look.