The Rosa Porrinho is a pink coloured granite with medium to gross grain and fairly uniform background. It presents quite large pink coloured areas with a considerable dimension, as well as some smaller areas with brown, white and black colours. In terms of hardness, this is a hard natural stone. Its variations depend on the thickness of the grain.
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“The Rosa Porrinho is one of the most important pink coloured granites in Portugal, with an very good cobble stone internal market . It presents an interesting market abroad, helped by its Spanish brother granite with the same name. It is extracted by few natural stones quarries with a considerable dimension in the north of Portugal. The Rosa Porrinho is commonly found on both interior and exterior applications, such as coverings, cobbled road, flooring with medium to high utilization, some decoration applications and exterior cladding and pathing. Due to its fame and international recognition, this granite stone color has taken several different names according to each supplier, market, project, etc. We present below some of these alternative names that identify the Spanish Rosa Porrino. Rosa Porrinho: the Portuguese name for the Rosa Porrino granite. There is a variation of the Rosa Porrino being extracted in Portugal granite suppliers. Porrino Pink: the English name for the Rosa Porrino granite, it is common to use this name on English speaking countries stoneworld . Spanish Pink granite: a generalist name to describe the Rosa Porrino granite. If we talk about Spanish pink granite, we normally refers to its main reference: the Rosa Porrino. Porrino granite: simply known as Porrino granite. Porrino is the town nearby where the Rosa Porrino granite natural stones quarries are located. The Rosa Porrino is a pink coloured stone granite, with medium to gross grain. In terms of hardness, the Rosa Porrino (as a granite) is a very hard natural stone. According to the analyzes of this type of pink stone this is a hard rock with quality to withstand any kind of weather conditions and erosion.„