The iPhone Marble Case Rosso Levanto

The elegant appearance of the Rosso Levanto Case is characterized by its fine veined grain. Its reddish and grey-green ground mass is structured by numerous white and white-grey calcite veins.

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The elegant appearance of Rosso Levanto is characterized by its fine veined grain. Its reddish and grey-green ground mass is structured by numerous white and white-grey calcite veins. Combined with an ultra-light case, it is a unique masterpiece of just 35 grams. With its polished surface it unfolds an exclusive atmosphere and radiates luxury.

Wireless charging same as any other frequencies are fully supported with no compromises.

The Case itself is made from Thermoplastic polyurethane and Polycarbonate and is available in different finishes and colors. Total product weight is just 35 up to 45 grams depending on the size of the case. As with all our products, this case is a unique piece, which differs in its unique rock structure and coloring, each is a unique piece of nature.  

Magsafe magnets are available and are perfectly integrated for full support of Original Apple wireless chargers and Roxxlyn chargers as add-on option. 

Due to our own special development, the interior of the case is equipped with a finest suede/- veggie leather and offers a unique polymer technology that is shock absorbing and enables wireless charging perfectly without any compromises. 

The Marble: Rosso Levanto
Rosso Levanto belongs to a historically significant natural stone. Its origin lies about 160 million years ago in the Jura. Rosso Levanto was already used in clerical and profane buildings throughout the Mediterranean in the Middle Ages. Inside these buildings, columns, fireplaces, wall cladding, balustrades and steps were designed with it. The stone also found its popularity in handicrafts and sculpture and was used as a vase, bowl and other designed utensils.
Rosso Levanto is a marble mined at Bonassola in Liguria, Italy. The quarry is located about 10 km from La Spezia and is named after Levanto, the last of the five villages of the Cinque Terre, which is right next to Bonassola. Rosso Levanto is structured in its reddish and grey-green ground mass by numerous white and white-grey calcite streaks. The colour of Rosso Levanto varies from purple to blood red and greenish to grey-green. It belongs to one of the rare red serpentinites, which are otherwise green in colour. The red colouring comes from the fact that the iron contained in the original rock has oxidised to hematite.
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