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The application of Stucco Veneziano requires skilled craftsmen who apply the plaster in multiple layers using a trowel. Each layer is carefully burnished to achieve the desired smoothness and shine.

 

Origins: Stucco Veneziano dates back to ancient Rome, where it was used as a decorative finish for walls and ceilings. However, it was in Venice that the technique evolved into its distinctive style.

 

Traditional Ingredients: Traditional Stucco Veneziano is made from a mixture of marble dust, slaked lime, and pigment. These ingredients are combined to create a smooth and glossy finish.

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Handcrafted Application: The application of Stucco Veneziano requires skilled craftsmen who apply the plaster in multiple layers using a trowel. Each layer is carefully burnished to achieve the desired smoothness and shine.

 

 

 

Versatile Finish: Stucco Veneziano can be applied to various surfaces, including walls, ceilings, columns, and even furniture. Its versatility allows for the creation of seamless, flowing surfaces with a high-end aesthetic.

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