This surface is also called “scratched” or “lightly striped”.
This is a surface finish on natural stone slabs which gives an elegant look.
The engraving on the slab can be performed with two different types of rolling: wide or narrow, mostly made of grooves and ridges.
In addition to being elegant, this surface gives a rough and scratchy feel, achieved with grinding rollers mounted on grinders that are rubbed on the surface of the stone. With this procedure you’ll obtain an irregular surface and quite rustic, but of great value.
As with the bush-hammered, this procedure is mainly used for outdoor pavement, thanks to its non-slip characteristic.