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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  • Juparana India
  • Rose-yellowish, light grey with dark grey waves
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    Stone NameJuparana India
    Stone TypeGranite
    OriginIndia (Kamataka)
    ColorRose-yellowish, light grey with dark grey waves
    Water Absorbtion0.2-0.3%
    Hardness
    Geologic AgeArchean
    Petrographic Typegneiss group - migmatite
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  • Lilla Gerais
  • Rose-violetish, light grey with dark grey spots
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    Stone NameLilla Gerais
    Stone TypeGranite
    OriginBrazil (Minas Gerais)
    ColorRose-violetish, light grey with dark grey spots
    Water Absorbtion0.1-0.25%
    Hardness
    Geologic AgeArchean up to Proterozoic
    Petrographic Typegneiss group
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  • Paradiso Classico
  • Rose-violet, light grey with black waves
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    Stone NameParadiso Classico
    Stone TypeGranite
    OriginIndia (Tamil Nadu)
    ColorRose-violet, light grey with black waves
    Water Absorbtion0.2-0.3%
    Hardness
    Geologic AgeArchean
    Petrographic Typegneiss group - migmatite
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  • Balmoral Red
  • Rose to light red, dark grey
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    Stone NameBalmoral Red
    Stone TypeGranite
    OriginFinland (Turku-Pori)
    ColorRose to light red, dark grey
    Water Absorbtion0
    Hardness
    Geologic AgeProterozoic
    Petrographic Typegranite
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  • Rainbow
  • Rose (yellowish) with black waves
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    Stone NameRainbow
    Stone TypeGranite
    OriginUSA (Minnesota)
    ColorRose (yellowish) with black waves
    Water Absorbtion0.05-0.1%
    Hardness
    Geologic AgeEarly Archean (3.6 billion years)
    Petrographic Typegneiss group - migmatite
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  • Stony Creek
  • Rose (beige), white, grey with dark grey waves, streaks
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    Stone NameStony Creek
    Stone TypeGranite
    OriginUSA (Connecticut)
    ColorRose (beige), white, grey with dark grey waves, streaks
    Water Absorbtion0.2-0.25%
    Hardness
    Geologic AgeLate Proterozoic gneisses melted in Permian
    Petrographic Typemigmatite
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  • Missouri Red
  • Red, rose, dark grey-brownish
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    Stone NameMissouri Red
    Stone TypeGranite
    OriginUSA (Missouri)
    ColorRed, rose, dark grey-brownish
    Water Absorbtion0.1-0.25%
    Hardness
    Geologic AgeProterozoic
    Petrographic Typealkali granite
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  • Multicolor Red
  • Red, light grey with dark grey waves
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    Stone NameMulticolor Red
    Stone TypeGranite
    OriginIndia (Kamataka)
    ColorRed, light grey with dark grey waves
    Water Absorbtion0.2-0.3%
    Hardness
    Geologic AgeArchean
    Petrographic Typegneiss group - migmatite
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  • New Imperial Red
  • Red, dark grey, rose
  • Details
    Stone NameNew Imperial Red
    Stone TypeGranite
    OriginIndia (Kamataka)
    ColorRed, dark grey, rose
    Water Absorbtion0.1-0.15%
    Hardness
    Geologic AgeArchean
    Petrographic Typegranite
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  • Sierra Chica
  • Red, dark grey, light grey
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    Stone NameSierra Chica
    Stone TypeGranite
    OriginArgentina (Buenos Aires)
    ColorRed, dark grey, light grey
    Water Absorbtion0.15-0.2%
    Hardness
    Geologic Ageprobably Paleozoic
    Petrographic Typeporphyritic granite
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