Products

Tiffany Quartzite

Type: Quartzite

Available Sizes: 2cm Thick Polished Slabs

This is a representative sample of natural product, doesn’t guarantee to match fully with the final product

Tourmaline

Type: Quartzite

Available Sizes: 2cm Thick Polished Slabs

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Tropical Storm

Type: Quartzite

Available Sizes: 2cm Thick Polished Slabs

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Verde Marinace

Type: Quartzite

Available Sizes: 2cm / 3cm Thick Polished Slabs

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Via Roma

Type: Quartzite

Available Sizes: 2cm Thick Polished Slabs

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Vibranium

Type: Quartzite

Available Sizes: 2cm Thick Polished Slabs

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Vitoria Regia

Type: Quartzite

Available Sizes: 2cm Thick Polished Slabs

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White Macaubas

Type: Quartzite

Available Sizes: 2cm Thick Polished Slabs

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Applications

Quartzite

The quartzites are metamorphic rocks, same as marble. The metamorphic rock is one that has evolved by high pressure and temperature within the earth crust.

Marble is also a metamorphic rock which has formed from aging of limestone whereas quartzites are formed from the metamorphic process of different minerals (mostly sandstones). In a common man’s language, quartzite is an extremely hard and strong marble.

 

Nothing is built on stone, all is built on sand, but we must build as if the sand were stone

Jorge Luis Borges