Absolute Black is a really hard, dense material that doesn’t really change from bundle to bundle.
This is a coarse grain granite much sought after by designers for its remarkable luminous medium-green shade.
A medium to coarse-grained red granite.
Almond Mauve granite has random speckles of pink, beige, burgundy, and black rock.
Amazon Blue granite is a coarse-grained, brown-blue granite with big, shapeless, brown-red feldspar crystals.
Antique Fantasy contains shades of brown, gray, black and white.
Arandis is a gold-colored granite with lots of movement.
Autumn Harmony originates from India and has a low level of variation.
The mineral composition of Baltic Brown is 55% Potash feldspar, 25% quartz, 11% plagioclase and 9% biotite and hornblende.
The background color of this material is primarily white and gray, with burgundy and taupe visible in the areas of movement.
The blocks stained from water run off over millions of years will have a cream color. As they go deeper in the quarry, the color is whiter.
Black Forest Granite originates from Brazil.
Black Marinace is a conglomerate rock, consisting of individual rounded stones that have been naturally cemented together by a finer grained material.
Black Pearl is quarried from a bedrock quarry in Andhra Pradesh, India.
Blue Bahia is a semi-precious stone produced from a bedrock quarry in the state of Bahia, Brazil.
A grey material dotted with bright blue clusters and occasional black veining.
Blue Pearl granite is quarried in Norway.
A black granite quarried from Brazil.
Blue Volga is a granite composed mainly of large black crystals, often with iridescent, metallic blue mica flakes.
This granite is formed of unevenly shaped dark brown crystals often with metallic mica reflections.
This Granite Color is primarily a hunter green color with an array of whites and golds in the stone.
This particular granite has a very consistent grain structure between slabs.
Carioca Gold Granite is a medium to coarse-grained, yellow to brown-pink granite.
The background tone of this granite is fairly consistent, but the veining varies.
Depending on the level in which the block is quarried from, the gold color will either be lighter or more intense in tone.
This granite can be described as bright gold swirling over a rich yellow background.
Copper Canyon from Brazil is a high variation slab that is rich in caramel and brown tones with gray and light cream highlights.
This granite is quarried from a bedrock quarry in the northern regions of India in the state of Rajasthan.
A granite with a medium- grained ground mass formed mainly of light green and some dark green.
A mix between gray, burgundy, and taupe veins over a cream background.
A large grain granite quarried in South Dakota.
Consisting of feldspar, quartz and tourmaline, this cream-colored granite will show larger and smaller crystals within the same slab.
Emerald Pearl is quarried in a bedrock quarry in Norway.
A unique granite with swirls of metallic color.
Galaxy Black is quarried from a boulder quarry located near the town of Markapur in the state of Andhra Pradesh, India.
Ghibli granite is a fine-grained, beige-brown granite of the Precambrian period quarried in India.
Giallo Antico is a well-known granite from Brazil.
There are many quarries of Giallo Fiorito, one of which is material with a gold tone.
Giallo Napoleone is a coarse-grained granite quarried from a bedrock quarry in Nova Venezia, Brazil.
Giallo Ornamental is quarried from a bedrock quarry located in the northern part of Espirito Santo, Brazil.
Giallo Venezia is a creamy granite with a crystalline background.
Giallo Veneziano granite is an even, yellow-tone stone flecked with black, white, gold and dark brown tones.
This rich gold granite will have some slight veining or movement depending on the block.
Gold Boreal is a black and gold natural stone.
Golden Beach is a luxurious, new, golden-colored exotic from Brazil.
Golden Fuoco granite features veins of brownish burgundy and white quartz on a gold background.
Golden Leaf Granite is an igneous stone created several billion years ago.
A brown and cream granite with grey crystal chunks.
Green Marinace has the appearance of sliced stones in varying shades of grays, blacks, greens, and creams.
Green Peacock is a granite composed mainly of dark green medium-large crystals.
Impala Black is quarried from a bedrock quarry in Gauteng, South Africa and comes in two different tonalities.
Imperial Coffee is quarried from large boulders in the state of Espirito Santo, Brazil.
Indian Mahogany is a consistent brown color granite.
Ivory Chiffon Granite is a soft blend of peach and burgundy streaking on a white background.
Ivory Gold granite is a beige-grey to beige-yellow gneiss.
Juparana Antico is a gold-colored granite.
Juparana Arandis is a golden-tan color with grey, peach, white, brown and black.
Juparana Bordeaux is quarried in a bedrock quarry in Brazil.
The beautiful Juparana Columbo granite has waves like the ocean hitting the beach.
The colors of this granite are beige, brown, and gold.
Juparana Fantastico granite is a coarse-grained, grey-brown granite of the Precambrian period.
Kashmir Gold granite features various shades of golds and reds in a sandy yellow base.
Kashmir White Granite is a white base granite with brown and black dots called granules.
Lady Dream is a beautiful stone that contains a coarse grain pattern of movement with varied bands of brownish-red feldspar.
Blocks from the top of the quarry have a darker color, while blocks extracted from deeper portions of the quarry are lighter.
Luna Pearl is one of the most common granite colors you will find.
Mascarello is quarried from a bedrock quarry in the state of Espirito Santo, Brazil and is limited in its supply.
New Caledonia is quarried from a bedrock quarry in Espirito Santo, Brazil. This granite has a very consistent grain structure between slabs.
This is a granite with a ground mass composed mainly of medium to coarse-grain yellow crystals that can, at times, appear in a light brown tone.
Paradiso granite is quarried from a bedrock quarry in India. Some colors are lighter and some are darker.
Pietra Imperiale is a brown and black granite from Brazil. It is composed of a golden brown color with dark highlights and strong veining.
Structurally, Red Dragon is one of most sound granites on the market in terms of strength and density.
Hundreds of small dark spots over a yellow background give Santa Cecilia a very nice leopard skin look.
This light brown stone falls in the brown-gold range due to the accents you will find within each slab and has a very consistent pattern.
This granite has the overall color of brownish black with a speckled design of bluish white particles and reddish tans.
Sapphire Brown presents faded brown spots and light purple crystals over a black background with different micro gray lines and spots.
A creamy-white background with burgundy and coral-colored veining.
This granite is from Saudi Arabia and contains green, tan, gray and black colors.
Solarius is a granite that has oxidized over millions of years, bringing out the deep gold and brown colors.
This exotic granite is quarried from a boulder quarry in Brazil.
Tan Brown is quarried in a bedrock quarry near the town of Karimnagar in the state of Andhra Pardesh, India.
This is a homogeneous granite composed mainly of intense brown crystals and a smaller amount of black biotite crystals.
Typhoon Bordeaux is quarried from a bedrock quarry in Brazil. It is the oxidation process that produces the rich, vibrant gold tones that are visible in this stone.
A granite with a ground mass composed mainly of medium to coarse-grain yellow crystals that can, at times, appear in a light brown tone.
Verde Butterfly is quarried in Espirito Santo, Brazil. It is a granite composed mainly of dark green, medium to large crystals.
This is a coarse-grained, dark green granite of the Precambrian period, color caused by chlorite.
Deep-green background with flowers in gold, blue, varying shades of green, and a hint of black.
This granite is composed mainly of dark green medium-large crystals and may have brown spots due to oxidation.
Violetta is a granite from Najran in the far-southern Arabian Shield of Arabia.
This granite is cream, grey & salmon with dramatic veining and movement.
A granite with different shades of gold veining on a light-colored background.