It is quarried around the cities of Namur, Dinant, Tournai, Basecles, Theux, and Mazy/Golzinne. 
Belgian marbles are available in solid dark greys or blacks; and in polychroms of red, grey, and/or pink.  After polishing slabs with several colors exhibit natural decorative patterns.
Named Belgian marbles include:
Belgian marble has been quarried, cut, and finished as a building stone, stone cladding, and stone veneer since the Ancient Roman era, in Roman Gaul and Rome, such as in the Basilica of Junius Bassus. It has been used in important European religious and secular buildings since the Renaissance, including the Palazzo Pitti and Palace of Versailles.