The Scagliola Effect,  is a centuries-old technique for creating ornamental stonework that mimics fine marble and limestone. It remains highly prized for its historic value and exquisite artistry. The technique came into fashion in Italian Baroque buildings of the 17th century and continued to flourish in Europe and America through the 20th century. Some of the finest examples can be found in luxurious European residences and ornate churches. Justino G. Is researching this exquisite marble finish using his own mixes. Authentic Lime stone Calce stone, waxes and pigmented patinas