2022

The Strength of Stone + The Brilliance of Glass = StoneGlass®

June 08, 2022
What do you get when you blend the very best properties of two remarkable surfaces? You get an unforgettable, durable, and beautifully translucent new material called StoneGlass®. 

Made in Italy, StoneGlass combines the advantages of glass with the solidness and strength of stone.
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Neolith Offers Striking Yet Super Sanitary Bathroom Solutions

April 29, 2022
We love ultra-slim, ultra-durable Neolith for a variety of reasons. This versatile material can be used for countless applications including countertops, walls, fireplace surrounds, flooring, and even sinks. In fact, Neolith is so durable, it can even be used outdoors.
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Royal Danby for Days

March 24, 2022
This positively stunning Boston-area kitchen is practically overflowing with exquisite Royal Danby marble from Marble & Granite, Inc. From the colossal bar that spans the entire space to the breathtaking backsplash, it’s a work of art all thanks to Mother Nature. 
 
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Boston is "Big Ship Ready"

February 18, 2022
It’s the beginning of a new chapter for New England stone importers like Marble & Granite, Inc. … and their customers! 

On January 16, 2022, the 1,100 foot long, 160-plus-foot-wide Ever Fortune sailed into the Port of Boston. The container ship was the first vessel of its size to ever dock in Boston Harbor, and its arrival marks a new and exciting chapter for New England businesses that rely on cargo ships. 
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Looking at Life Through Rose Colored…Countertops

February 01, 2022
Rose quartz is a common natural stone that can often be found in jewelry. It’s even a popular with those who use crystals for healing and meditation purposes. It’s not every day, however, that you see it used as a kitchen countertop. Yet that’s exactly what the owners of this home in Boston were looking for when they called Marble & Granite, Inc. 
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Is it Calacatta or is it Neolith?

January 05, 2022
Elegant and Luxurious, this fireplace surround exudes sophisticatioin.  But can you tell? Is it Marble or Neolith?
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