Crystaline Stone: A Gem of a Surfacing Material

Crystaline Stone: A Gem of a Surfacing Material

July 25, 2013

Imagine a countertop crafted from sparkling sapphires, a wall covered in exquisite black diamonds, or even a fireplace surround made of absolutely brilliant amethyst. While these applications may not be practical, affordable, or even possible, Marble and Granite, Inc. offers a product that’s the next best thing to authentic gemstones…Crystaline Stone.


Sapphire Crystaline Stone

Sapphire Crystaline Stone; photo via

Crystaline Stone is part of Royal Group, Brazil’s stone leader with over 40 years of experience in the ornament marble and stone sector. The bold and exotically colored material offers unprecedented options for creating countertops and focal points that are truly unique.  The company’s “Gems” collection inspires boundless creative opportunities with surfacing that resemble regal rubies, tantalizing topaz, and beautiful blue diamonds. Improving upon nature in a vibrant way, these shades are a just a few of the many unique options offered. 

With a process called Inter-Crystaline Technological Coloring, the material uses high temperatures and pressure, combined with specially developed sealants and pigments, to molecularly fuse bold, permanent color throughout the stone. The result is a highly durable and colorful material with the same properties and characteristics as the original natural stone (which are typically White Marbles and Grey Granites.) Easier to clean than traditional stone, Crystaline Stone adds an amazing ambiance to any setting—especially when backlit. Light filters through, dances off of and plays with the surface creating a luxuriously breathtaking effect.

 Emerald Crystaline Stone

 Emerald Crystaline Stone used to create this amazing background

 Aimed at the architect, designer, or homeowner who’s looking to make a dramatic statement, Crystaline Stone can be made into flooring, wall covering, decorative furniture, fireplaces, bathrooms, kitchen countertops, vanity tops, tables, murals, and more. Its mesmerizing colors are also permanent, so they won’t fade over time.

Looking to add a little sparkle to your project? Visit one of our two showrooms to experience our exclusive collection of Crystaline Stone. We’ll help you customize your project’s crowning jewel!


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