Granite

Granite is essentially the emblematic example of what people see when they picture quality stone. Granite has long set the standard by which slabs are evaluated, and rightly so. Granite is a igneous rock with grains large enough to be visible with the unaided eye. It forms from the slow crystallization of magma below Earth’s surface. Granite is a harder  stone – it’s comparable to steel in terms of hardness, ranking about a 6 on the Mohs Hardness Scale. It’s combination of unquestionable strength and unlimited visual potential make granite universally revered.

Absolute Black

Adamantium

Alaska White

Alexandrita

Aphrodite Extra

Atlantis

Autumn Green

Azul Bahia

Azure Polished

Belvedere

Black Antique

Black Fusion

Black Ice

Black Mist

Black Salinas

Black Silk

Black Vermont

Blue Flowers

Blue Garden

Blue Nile

Brazilian Arabescato

Brown Pearl

Brown Silk

Carbon Black

Costa Esmeralda

Delicatus

Deluxe

Grey Silk

Illusion

Imperial White

Iron Red

Jadore

Labradorite Blue River

Labradorite Lemurian

Lapidus

Lava Vecchia

Nero Zimbabwe

Phantom Black

Picture Stone

Pietra Di Fiume

San Gabriel

Santorini

Siena Bourdeaux

Snow Flakes

Sodalite

Surfline

Titanium

Volga Blue

White Fantastic

White Torroncino

White Viena

* Natural stone, like nature, has its own distinct characteristics inherent to natural products.  Variations in color, pattern, texture and size are to be expected.  Final products are not always an exact match to samples and images, since they are quarried at different times from varying locations.