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Terrazzo Sample - De Marco Bros, Green Serpentine Marble Fragments in Green Cement, circa 1920s Reg. No: ST 017283
- Green Terrazzo product sample from the De Marco Brothers circa 1920s. The De Marco Brothers were manufacturers and installation specialists of mosaic, terrazzo, ironite and granolithic flooring. Established by Italian brothers Severino and Annibale De Marco who migrated to Australia in the early 1900s, the De Marco Brothers business operated in Melbourne from circa 1914 - circa 1955. They made contributions to many prominent Melbourne building projects including the Myer Emporium (Myers), the T & G Building and the Hotel Australia.
- Square shaped terrazzo sample with green base and coloured aggregate in shades of mottled green with black. Aggregate appears in predominantly large pieces showing various natural patterns and colours. Smaller aggregate is also present. Sample has bevelled edges and surface scratches are visible on front face.
- Acquisition Information:
- Donation from De Marco Bros, 1928
|Dimensions:||7.62 cm (Width), 7.62 cm (Length)|
|Tagged with:||italian communities, italian immigration, floorings, terrazzo, marble, product samples, building stones, serpentine|
|Themes this item is part of:||Engineering Collection, Working Life & Trades Collection, De Marco Brothers, Terrazzo Granolithic & Concrete Placing, Melbourne, circa 1914-1955, Annibale & Severino De Marco, Italian Migrants & Terrazzo Workers (1885-1943) & (1894-1961)|
|Primary Classification:||BUILDING & CONSTRUCTION|
|Place & Date Manufactured:||Australia, circa 1920s|
|Manufacturer (Probable):||De Marco Bros, Melbourne, Central, Victoria, Australia, circa 1920s|
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