Granite

Granite is an excellent choice for kitchen countertops. It is extremely hard, resistant to scratches and is not sensitive to acids like marble. The colors and patterns that granite offers range from neutral to absolutely breathtaking.

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  • Golden Beach
  • Ivory - gold, grey with grey-black (brown) spots and streaks
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    Stone NameGolden Beach
    Stone TypeGranite
    OriginBrazil (Espirito Santo)
    ColorIvory - gold, grey with grey-black (brown) spots and streaks
    Water Absorbtion(0.2-0.35%)
    Hardness
    Geologic AgeProterozoic
    Petrographic Typeprobably pegmatite to gneiss group
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  • Giallo Veneziano
  • Gold-ivory, light grey with black and brown spots
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    Stone NameGiallo Veneziano
    Stone TypeGranite
    OriginBrazil (Espirito Santo)
    ColorGold-ivory, light grey with black and brown spots
    Water Absorbtion0.25-0.35%
    Hardness
    Geologic Ageuppermost Proterozoic to Cambrian
    Petrographic Typegneiss group - probably orthogneiss
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  • Giallo Venezia
  • Gold
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    Stone NameGiallo Venezia
    Stone TypeGranite
    OriginBrazil
    ColorGold
    Water Absorbtion
    Hardness
    Geologic Age
    Petrographic Type
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  • Giallo Topazio
  • Yellow
  • Details
    Stone NameGiallo Topazio
    Stone TypeGranite
    OriginBrazil
    ColorYellow
    Water Absorbtion
    Hardness
    Geologic Age
    Petrographic Type
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  • Giallo Renoir
  • Gold
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    Stone NameGiallo Renoir
    Stone TypeGranite
    OriginBrazil
    ColorGold
    Water Absorbtion
    Hardness
    Geologic Age
    Petrographic Type
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  • Giallo Ornamental
  • Beige-ivory, light grey with black and brown spots
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    Stone NameGiallo Ornamental
    Stone TypeGranite
    OriginBrazil (Espirito Santo)
    ColorBeige-ivory, light grey with black and brown spots
    Water Absorbtion(0.25-0.35%)
    Hardness
    Geologic Ageuppermost Proterozoic to Cambrian
    Petrographic Typegneiss group ? garnet gneiss
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  • Giallo Napoleone
  • Gold, ivory, light grey, black
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    Stone NameGiallo Napoleone
    Stone TypeGranite
    OriginBrazil (Espirito Santo)
    ColorGold, ivory, light grey, black
    Water Absorbtion0.2-0.3%
    Hardness
    Geologic Ageuppermost Proterozoic to Cambrian
    Petrographic Typeporphyritic alkali granite
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  • Giallo Imperial
  • Gold-ivory, light grey with black and brown spots
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    Stone NameGiallo Imperial
    Stone TypeGranite
    OriginBrazil (Espirito Santo)
    ColorGold-ivory, light grey with black and brown spots
    Water Absorbtion(0.25-0.35%)
    Hardness
    Geologic Ageuppermost Proterozoic to Cambrian
    Petrographic Typegneiss group - garnet gneiss
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  • Giallo Fiorito
  • Gold-ivory, grey
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    Stone NameGiallo Fiorito
    Stone TypeGranite
    OriginBrazil (Minas Gerais)
    ColorGold-ivory, grey
    Water Absorbtion0.2-0.3%
    Hardness
    Geologic Ageuppermost Proterozoic to Cambrian
    Petrographic Typeporphyritic granite
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  • Giallo California
  • Pink-yellow with dark grey waves
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    Stone NameGiallo California
    Stone TypeGranite
    OriginBrazil (Minas Gerais)
    ColorPink-yellow with dark grey waves
    Water Absorbtion(0.3-0.4%)
    Hardness
    Geologic AgeProterozoic
    Petrographic Typegneiss group - migmatite
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