Discover our different ranges and colors of Granite, Quartz and Marble below.
Granite is a crystallized magmatic rock which, by merging and then cooling in depth, is enriched with the surrounding soil.
It is made up of minerals such as quartz , micas , feldspars and other components such as pigments which will give it a whole range of colors very different from each other.
The known granites were formed millions of years ago between the Precambrian period when life was only in the state of micro-organisms and the Mesozoic period when nature saw the first wild horses born. In all, there are now more than 500 known colors of granite. Each year new quarries reveal all the wonders of nature.
Almost all countries in the world operate one or more granite quarries Canada-Quebec, the United States, Norway, Brazil, India, China, Portugal, France…
Granites bring together two large families that have a different history.
The so-called “speckled” granites are rocks which have risen from the limit depth between the earth’s crust and the magma and which have been crystallized by slow cooling.
We find in this family the Pink Porinho, the Blue in the Night, the black Zimbabwe… The so-called “veined” granites are in fact metamorphic rocks which have not completely fused with the magma. By the effect of the heat and the pressure of the tectonic plates the different layers will undulate. There is no crystallization. We find in this family the Tropical black, the Bamboo green, the Lucifer red…