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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  • Blue Marinache
  • Blue
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    Stone NameBlue Marinache
    Stone TypeGranite
    OriginBrazil
    ColorBlue
    Water Absorbtion
    Hardness
    Geologic Age
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  • Mallorca Blue
  • Blue
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    Stone NameMallorca Blue
    Stone TypeGranite
    OriginBrazil
    ColorBlue
    Water Absorbtion
    Hardness
    Geologic Age
    Petrographic Type
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  • Blue Eyes Pearl
  • Blue
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    Stone NameBlue Eyes Pearl
    Stone TypeGranite
    OriginNorway
    ColorBlue
    Water Absorbtion
    Hardness
    Geologic Age
    Petrographic Type
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  • Hassan Green
  • Black, light green
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    Stone NameHassan Green
    Stone TypeGranite
    OriginIndia (Kamataka)
    ColorBlack, light green
    Water Absorbtion0
    Hardness
    Geologic AgeArchean
    Petrographic Typedolerite (gabbro to diorite composition)
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  • Brazilian Black
  • Black, grey-black
  • Details
    Stone NameBrazilian Black
    Stone TypeGranite
    OriginBrazil (Espirito Santo)
    ColorBlack, grey-black
    Water Absorbtion0.05-0.15%
    Hardness
    Geologic Ageuppermost Proterozoic to Cambrian
    Petrographic Typenorite to diorite
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  • Jet Mist
  • Black, grey
  • Details
    Stone NameJet Mist
    Stone TypeGranite
    OriginUSA (Virginia)
    ColorBlack, grey
    Water Absorbtion0.1-0.15%
    Hardness
    Geologic AgeTriassic - Jurassic boundary
    Petrographic Typegabbro group - maybe dolerite
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  • Cambrian Black
  • Black, grey
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    Stone NameCambrian Black
    Stone TypeGranite
    OriginCanada (Quebec)
    ColorBlack, grey
    Water Absorbtion0.05-0.1%
    Hardness
    Geologic AgeProterozoic
    Petrographic Typenorite to anorthosite
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  • American Black
  • Black, grey
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    Stone NameAmerican Black
    Stone TypeGranite
    OriginUSA, Pennsylvania
    ColorBlack, grey
    Water Absorbtion0.1-0.15%
    Hardness
    Geologic AgeTriassic - Jurassic boundary
    Petrographic Typegabbro - maybe dolerite
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  • Black Pearl
  • Black, dark grey
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    Stone NameBlack Pearl
    Stone TypeGranite
    OriginIndia (Andhra Pradesh)
    ColorBlack, dark grey
    Water Absorbtion(0.1-0.15%)
    Hardness
    Geologic Ageprobably Proterozoic
    Petrographic Typeprobably gabbro group
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  • Angola Black
  • Black, dark grey
  • Details
    Stone NameAngola Black
    Stone TypeGranite
    OriginAngola
    ColorBlack, dark grey
    Water Absorbtion(0.1-0.2%)
    Hardness
    Geologic Age
    Petrographic Typegabbro group
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