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About Venetian Plaster:
Venetian Plaster is often referred to as polished plaster, polished stucco, Marmarino or simply as an Italian polished plaster finish.
The smooth as glass finish offered by a polished plaster such as Venetian plaster will have you staring at your own reflection for countless hours on its mirror like surface.
Venetian plaster is natural, lime based plaster which is applied by an artisan and burnished to achieve a mirror like, textured finish.
As a lime based plaster, it will perform extremely well in wet areas which where it got its name from – as it could resist the moisture arising from the canals of Venice which would normally destroy cement based or acrylic plasters.