Exceptionally glossy natural polished plaster

Venetian polished plaster


Eco Friendly
For Feature Walls
For Interior
Highest Quality
Eco Friendly
For Feature Walls
For Interior
Highest Quality

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With Venetian, a high-gloss, lime-based, Venetian polished plaster you can create mirror-like walls and ceilings of great depth and clarity. As ‘Venetian’ is a porous, eco-friendly, natural material and naturally regulates humidity (it allows the walls to breathe), you can use it for eco-friendly and Passive House (passivhaus) projects, restorations and renovations of old or listed buildings.

Venetian is very ‘juicy’, which means enable easy spreadability and nice reflectivity for you! With this polished plaster you’ll get a great balance between look and workability.

To create a metallic Venetian plaster look you can apply Patina waxes on top of Venetian.


Impera Italia’s Advice™

As has been mentioned, we offer this finish as the last coat on top of other natural Venetian polished plasters like Grassello Naturale, you can also use it on it’s own for a mirror-look with a terrific depth. As a result, we can highly recommend it on it’s own if you’d like to see the best possible glossiness with natural look!



Venetian plaster has many trade names, like Venetian, Polished plaster, Stucco Veneziano, Stucco Lucido, Venetian stucco, Lucidato, Grassello di Calce, Classico, Luciano, but all of them represent one product, a fine putty, enriched with marble dust able to achieve a glossy finish.



Impera Italia offers colour matches for almost all products



Tool: Stainless steel Venetian plastering trowel
Number of coats: 1 to 3
Tinning: Ready to be used
Indicative spreading rate: 0.73-1.1 msq (7.8-11.2 square feet) per KG on 3 coats or 4 msq per KG if used as a final coat only

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