Siwagi Argento

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Usage amount:
~0,2 kilos per 1 square meter (1 layer application with a brush)

Price: 5200 rubl.

Package: 3 kilos.

Price: 9900 rubl.

Package: 6 kilos.

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Siwagi Argento decorative material is a thin layer of plaster with squartz sand. The texture of such decorative paint is totally determined by different application techniques. The thickness of the layer is about 2.5 – 4 mm.


After processing the surface’s color and shade may differ. This type of decorative plaster is widely used in contemporary redecoration industry. Wooden and acrylic bindings are used as a main component of Siwagi material.

Modern Siwagi decorative paint is supplied with two different types of filling: with golden filling (Siwagi Oro) and silver filling (Siwagi Argento). Plasters with pearl effect and quartz filling are a more modern type of material than other decorative and Venetian plasters used for interior design. We can trace the development of this material if we take a deeper look into its history. Its roots may be found in XVI century, whilst modern types of decorative plasters can give you a picture of these times.

Archeological data states that decorative plasters and paints were born in ancient, tribal times. Scientists suppose that most of the plaster items were crafted in old Mesopotamia and ancient Egypt. Simultaneously, the understanding of brick and its solution came out. Plaster and sea sand were used as a base for their production; it was boiled and became homogenous sticky mass. This mass was applied to the decorated object.

This Mesopotamian practice was picked up by Egyptian artisans and decorators, improving the quality of the solutions. You can still observe the leftovers such ancient materials on the buildings. Here comes the conclusion that decorative materials are not only used for artistic purposes, but also they protect the walls from unwanted atmospheric influences and temperatures.

How beautiful are Moscow city buildings, palaces of St. Petersburg, Venice! You should consider that this beauty had been created by artisans of past centuries. Even though the buildings are quite aged, they still are in exceptional condition and there is no need for their redecoration today. Decorative materials’ application technology has initially been intended to protect the buildings from unwanted impacts. Only many years later, decorative plasters and paints started to be used as an artistic tool.

Mural decorative materials are an ancient invention of humankind, which contains the picture of past times, our history and an entire epoch of human legacy.