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Marble Slabs

 

Marble has both a scientific and commercial definition.  Scientific marble was once limestone that achieved metamorphosis from intense pressures and high temperatures within the earth.   This altered its crystalline structure and introduced other minerals that produced the valuable colors and veining.  Commercially, any stone capable of taking a polish (with the exception of granite) is known as marble.  This includes travertine, onyx, serpentine and limestone. Marble is found in the mountainous regions of Canada, Italy, Germany, Spain, the U.S., Greece and other countries worldwide.

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Blue:
This is a precious stone for your countertop - These are materials that the availability is quite limited and the processing is complex. They are very exclusive in the market place.
Red:
This is an original and exclusive stone for your countertop - These are materials that the quarries have yet to fully exploit, and/or the materials present difficulties in the processing.
Yellow:
This is a reasonable priced stone for your countertop - It is an economical material - there are many quarries but it has more difficulties in the exploitation and processing. There are many suppliers so these materials are readily available in the market place.
Green:
This is a budget conscious stone for your countertop - It is the most economical material due to the fact that there are many quarries, it's easy to process, and there are a lot of suppliers.

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Use our product filter to help you find exactly what you're looking for.  You can filter by color, movement, origin, finish and/or thickness. You can filter by one attribute, or any combination of the 5 attributes listed.  To filter, follow these steps:

  • Select the attribute(s) within a tab and then press filter. For example, within the Color Profile Tab, select the desired color. If you want to filter only by color, press the Filter button. This will filter lots by the chosen color.
  • For more advanced filtering, select a combination of the options available (Color, Movement, Origin, Finish, Thickness). To filter by multiple attributes, click on the tab corresponding to what you'd like to filter by and select an option within that tab's dropdown (Ex: Origin/Brazil). Continue through each tab until you've selected everything you'd like. Once you've selected the combination of attributes desired, press the filter button. This will filter the lots by all the attributes that you've selected.

For example, if you're looking for a  gray stone with consistent color and moderate movement and a thickness of 2cm, you would do the following:

  • Select gray on the color tab
  • Click on the movement tab and select consistent color, moderate movement
  • Click on the thickness tab and select 2cm
  • Press the filter button

To undo the filtering you've created, select the "All" option within each tab and for color, select the "All Colors" link and then press the Filter button. This will reset the filtering and will show you all the available lots without filters.

If you're having trouble finding the stone you're looking for, feel free to contact us