Texture discrimination was studied a lot for texture classification/recognition in image databases, but less under the metrological point of view. In this work, we focused on the metrological behaviour related to the human vision for Control Quality purposes. Inside this study, we introduce as a pair a novel texture feature associated to an adapted similarity measure. The main idea was to define a compact representation adapted from the human visual characteristics in order to obtain an accurate description of the texture. Combined to an adapted similarity measure, the obtained pair feature/similarity becomes highly efficient. Performance Classification of the proposed texture feature is assessed on six popular and challenging databases used to provide the reference results in the state-of-the-art. Obtained results show the efficiency and the robustness of the proposed pair feature/similarity measure defined by the relocated Colour Contrast Occurrence Matrix.