Neolith all-natural sintered stone is made by applying pressure and heat to raw materials to produce highly durable slabs and tiles. Calatorao is a distinctive, fine-grained limestone that has been hewn from the world-famous quarries of Zaragoza, Spain, for over 2000 years.
An ancient stone with a rich history of use across the Iberian Peninsula, from Baroque churches and town square cobbling to highly-polished flooring and interior walls, Neolith has faithfully captured Calatarao's lustrous golden veining and intensely dark grey color which characterizes the stone.
Calatorao has a timeless appeal, adding a touch of Aragonese finesse to any commercial or residential space. It was a favorite stone among the celebrated Spanish sculptor Juan de Ávalos, who used it extensively throughout his distinguished career.
The growing demand in 2017 for thicker kitchen worktops, registered among designers and specifiers, has inspired Neolith to grow its 20mm range.
Part of the Neolith Classtone collection, Calatorao is offered in a Silk finish. It is ideal for worktops and table tops (12mm), flooring, wall, and fireplace cladding applications (6mm).
Neolith products are available in the U.S. and worldwide through a large network of distributors.