The "paesinas" are sandstone rocks that are formed by the filtration of minerals (oxides) forming landscapes. They are cut in plates to be able to present them as pictures or in supports for decoration. These "paesinas" are the most colorful in the world and the bigger the more difficult to obtain.
Figure ± 18.5 × 13.5 cm and 5 cm thick.
* This is made of natural sandstone, formed 120 million years ago of wind and water, then colored by iron oxides. It has not been altered in any way except serrated in tables. Each piece is an original work of art of Mother Nature ... true "most beautiful pictures of nature"