A white marble from Carrara, Italy — crisp, vibrant white, with pencil-thin veining.
Structurally, this particular stone also happens to be very consistent between blocks. Small pin holes are common in Bianco Venatino, as well as within other white marbles that are produced in the surrounding area.
It is also a softer stone, and may be susceptible to scratching or abrasion. When installing white marble, you must use a white thinset. Using grey thinset will leave trowel lines and could stain the marble. As a natural stone product, it is recommended that this be sealed to extend its longevity.