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Black Pearl is quarried from a bedrock quarry in Andhra Pradesh, India. This granite will have a fairly consistent grain structure between blocks, but some of the slabs will have larger crystals that are more apparent in the material.
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Moon White is quarried from a bedrock quarry in India. It has a consistent appearance with very little change from shipment to shipment. Additionally, the grain structure in this granite does not change.
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Caledonia granite is from a bedrock quarry in Brazil. It is a fairly consistent granite in its pattern and coloring. Other names include: New Caledonia, Ocre Itabira, and Silver Brown.
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Santa Cecilia Light is quarried from a bedrock quarry located in the northern part of Espirito Santo, Brazil. The structure is fairly consistent on each shipment but may have some variation in movement and veining.

Crema Caramel is from Mediterranean Europe, particularly Portugal and Spain. It is a cream granite with shades of gray and beige.
image7Ubatuba is quarried in a bedrock quarry in Espirito Santo, Brazil. It is dark green with flecks of gold, brown and lighter greens. People think it’s black because it’s so dark.  Depending on the lighting in your home and the slabs that you pick, it will look more or less green in your home. After the slabs have been quarried and cut oxidation starts to take place. This is what causes the brown/ rust colors in the slabs.  Other names for Ubatuba include: Verde Ubatuba, Verde Bahia and Verde Ubatuba Gold.
image8Verde Butterfly is quarried in Espirito Santo, Brazil. It is a granite composed mainly of dark green, medium to large crystals. The white quartz and sapphire will have some variation between shipments in this stone. This granite is also known as Pavao Green or Verde Papillion.
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Giallo Fiesta is from Brazil featuring cool whites and grays partnered with warm creams, yellows and golds. Additional names include: Fiesta Gold and Giallo Crystal.
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Baltic Brown granite is brown and from Kymi, Finland. Baltic Brown granite is an exquisite blend of browns and black with small flecks of lighter gray and tans. The pattern is likened to an almost leopard print style pattern.
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New Venetian Gold is quarried from a bedrock quarry in Espirito Santo, Brazil. It is composed mainly of medium to coarse-grain yellow crystals that can appear in a light brown tone. Some veining and movement is common in this granite. This granite is also known as Brazilian Gold, Juparana Light, Venetian Gold, San Tropez, Vecchia Oro and Yellow Ornamental.

Giallo Napoli is from Brazil. This granite has a uniform overall appearance of light golden brown. This semi consistent stone has speckled patterns of burgundy, gold and browns.
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Santa Cecilia Classic is a kind of yellow granite quarried from a bedrock quarry in Espirito Santo, Brazil. Santa Cecilia Classic has a very consistent background of light yellows accented with highlights of honey and small burgundy specks. Within each slab you will find veining and speckles of black, brown and golds. The arrangements of this golden yellow granite adds an elegant appeal to any kitchen or bathroom remodel.
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Giallo Ornamental is quarried from a bedrock quarry located in the northern part of Espirito Santo, Brazil. This granite has beige, black, and brown colors. This granite is also known as Giallo Cream.
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Tan Brown granite is from a bedrock quarry in India. Overall the granite looks dark brown or black. The background is black and then it has reddish brown and grays. Tan Brown looks really great with wood cabinets that have a red tone. Other names for Tan Brown are: Copper Antique, Crystal Mahogany and Cherry Brown.
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Giallo Ornamental Light is from Brazil. It has colors of black, purple, and white.
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White Napoli or Napoli Light granite is a kind of white granite quarried in Brazil. This stone has a base color of white, laced with a touch of grey, black and cream accents. This granite color, because of its neutral base, goes well with all types of kitchen and bathroom projects.
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Andino White granite from Brazil is a beautiful white and gray granite with accents of beige and charcoal. This granite is also known as Absolute White and Snow Flakes.
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Silver Cloud granite is a kind of gray granite quarried in India and also in the United States. This white bedrock is littered with thousands of tiny quartz crystals which give this stone its shine. It is also called Silver Cloud Imperial and Brocade Granite.
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Surf Green is a kind of green granite quarried in India.
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Blue Night is a kind of blue granite quarried in Brazil. This stone is especially good for counter tops and bars, interior wall panels, water walls and fountains and other design projects. It is also called Blue Night Brazil.
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Carrara marble is from a bedrock quarry in Carrara, Italy. Carrara marble has rich history. It has been used in construction and sculptures for centuries.  For Michelangelo, Carrara marble was valued above all other stone.

Carrara marble can have pitting in the surface of the stone.  This is normal and shouldn’t be considered a defect in the stone.  It is a calcium based stone, so anything acidic that gets on it will etch the surface. Also, marble is softer than granite so it will scratch and stain easier.


Tropic Brown is a granite from Saudi Arabia. It has large crystals of K-feldspar (brownish), quartz (dark brownish-gray), and hornblende amphibole (black).
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River White is from a bedrock in India. This granite will have linear veins with a white background. The veins can range in tone from blue/gray to burgundy, depending on the shipment.
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Bianco Antico is quarried from a bedrock quarry in the state of Ceara, Brazil. The background color of this material is primarily of white stone and gray quartz deposits, with hints of burgundy garnet, black mica, and taupe visible in the areas of movement. The clear quartz crystals throughout add depth to the look of this granite. Its overall appearance is not uniform at all. This granite is also known as Royal Silk.
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Absolute Cream Granite is a beige, cream granite from Brazil. The color has a combination of brown, gold and gray.
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Blanco Taupe is a granite from China.
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Netuno Bordeaux, also known as River Bordeaux, is a kind of multi-color granite from Brazil. It is an exotic granite with a beige background and shades of Bordeaux (red), gray and brown. It is a very earth-toned, rich, timeless and sophisticated stone.
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Desert Brown is a brown granite from India.
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Splendour White is Brazilian granite that has plenty of brown and black accents displayed across the face of the predominately white slab. The secondary colors can be influential enough to give the slab an overall bluish-gray appearance.

Verde Fusion granite is from India.
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Sweet River is primarily gold with specks of cream, black and gray.
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Blanco Perla is a primarily white and gray granite from China. This granite is also known as Tiger Skin White.

Dallas White is a granite from Brazil.

Giallo Humatia granite is from Brazil.
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Blanco Tulum is a granite from Brazil.


Stormy Night is a kind of multi-color granite from Brazil. Stormy Night Granite is commonly used in counter tops and bars, interior wall panels,water walls and fountains and so on. Stormy Night Granite can also be called Orion Granite.

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Lona Gold, also known as Beige Butterfly, is a granite from Brazil.

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Giallo Rio is a granite from Brazil. It is has a neutral beige and warm creamy color, medium grained, flecked stone with freckles of crisp white and coppery brown.