This finish is obtained manually, using various tools that create an uneven surface on the stone with bespoke aesthetic effects, such as the heavier impression left by the chisel in certain engravings or different processing phases.

The chiselling technique is mostly used on floors and paved areas with an ancient feel due to the aesthetic characteristics its produces. However it also significantly improves the grip of pedestrian surfaces, making them less slippery and much safer.

Some examples