This hand-moulded facing brick is made from loess, which is extracted among others from the Kesselt plateau in the Maas valley (Belgium) and then enhanced with raw materials from the Volcanic Eifel.
The brick has a yellow base. The different sand colours that are used, result in alternated shades, from white to yellow, with light and dark grey shades, and a remarkable presence of white sand. The different structures are the result of sawdust on the one hand and white, fine-grained sand on the other. Through sintering of the brick, the different nuances of colour are obtained.
The colours shown are a near reflection of reality.