Step into any of the grand palaces or villas of Italy, and you'll experience the enthralling luxury of being surrounded by the world's most rare and exotic stones. By re-introducing these incomparably luxurious and rare stones, we invite you to find your own royal treatment.
Highly polished, pristine white, heavily brecciated 16" x 16" tiles or 1-1/4" thick slab with web-like veins of gold and luscious purple. Occasionally soft clouds of grey float behind the veining.
Rouge de Roi
Deep red to chestnut with elliptical plum-to-black overall veining and an occasional random white-lightning vein. In 16" x 16" x 3/8" tile and slab, no wonder it is "the red of kings."
The only Palazzo stone with a honed finish, is white stone with exuberant veining of black, purple and some gold. Offered in 16" x 16" x 3/8" tile and 1-1/4" thick slabs.
The butterscotch sundae of exotic stone, with overall golden veining on pale cream marble. (See also, front cover). In tiles of 12" x 12" x 3/8" with a polished finish.
A natural agglomerate, displaying irregular shapes of dark brick red and black tinged with aubergine in a very deep green/black matrix. In 12" x 12" x 3/8" tiles and slab.
In 12" x 12" x 3/8" tile or dramatic slabs, this Italian white marble with a web of soft gold/grey veining throughout exhibits more liveliness and elegance than most classical white marbles.
The color blue, in all of its varying tones, is highly valued when found in nature. Whether seen in flora or fauna, stained glass or gemstones, BLUE is eye-catching and favored throughout the world. The deep indigo tones in Sodalite set it apart from other natural stones that bear the name "blue". In 4" x 4" and 12" x 12" tiles and mosaic.