Mare Grey

A classic grey marble. Like the coat of a horse, smooth and soft to the fingertips.

Ash Grey

Ash Grey is a consistent grey colored marble. This marble possesses gentle striations of grey, soothing as a cool mist of fog upon a still ocean.

Woodgrain Silver

Woodgrain Silver is a serene marble, with a chromatic scheme that will remind you of black and white films.

Nestos Grey

A medium to coarse-grained marble. Nestos grey is an energetic, streaky watercolor painting. A classic marble.

Blue De Savoie

A coarse-grained marble, Blue De Savoie, also known as Blue De France, is known for its rainy-blue palette and cloudy visage. The pride of the mighty Savoy Alps.

Bardiglio Light

Stately and understated, this Tuscan marble beauty features a soft gray field where white ovules drift like stray clouds.

Bardiglio Blue Sky

A cool, sincere marble, its color falling somewhere between driftwood and orange pekoe tea leaves. Bardiglio stones are in the grey marble family.

Tundra Grey

Tundra Grey marble is from Turkey. It’s pattern can range from frosty greys, beiges and whites.

Grigio Tucci

A waxy white-gray Italian marble with spidery, slate-gray veining.

Bardiglio Trambisera

Stately and understated, this Tuscan beauty features a soft grey field where white ovules drift like stray clouds. This intriguing marble has distinct white veining amidst it’s soft grey landscape.

Misty Grey

A white mist floats across a soft grey field.

Striato Olympico

A medium grained marble with bands of finely disseminated graphite, magnetite and pyrite. Striato Olympico was discovered in the 4th century BC and used by Mausolus, the King of Halicarnassus, for his palace.

Grigio Astrato

A nimbus cloud ground decorated with wide charcoal veining, “Abstract Gray” evokes church bells and gentle rain.

Cote D’ Azur

A striking grey marble. Cote D’ Azur’s sharp veining is everything but ordinary. Hints of yellow veining gives it’s fiery feel.

Corbato Nero

The beautiful striped grey ground of Corbata Nero marble features thick white veins that look as if they’d been finger-painted upon its surface.

Bosco

“Bosco” means “pear,” but this bold marble is more about “melanzana” with its eggplant-colored bands.

Fior De Pesco Carnico

A lilac-gray marble, white striations flashing across the ground like bolts of lightning.

Breccia Versailles

A grey sky reflects in a calm pool filled with pink petals from a passing summer thunderstorm. The contrasting colors on this marble are truly remarkable. It’s as if the earth took a paint brush drenched in pink to a grey canvas.

Palissandro Nuvolato

A sugar-grained, blue-grey dolomite marble with cafe au lait clouds, a topographic map of the Alps.

Fior De Bosco

Fior di Bosco translates as “fine woods.” Welcome to the surface of the moon. This bouyant marble will make you feel as if you’ve slipped the constraints of gravity. It will take you up.

Sarrancolin

The ground of this exquisite French marble is a fascinating blend of cream, green, grey, pink and tan fragments. It is enlivened by rich red cavities, and banded by slender white calcite veins.

Bardiglio

This exquisite Italian marble is quarried in large quantities in the Apuan Alps in glorious Tuscany. On close inspection, sections of this gray marble resemble the peaks and valleys of the Alps. Bardiglio is often called “dove marble” because its bluish-gray hue resembles the coloring of pigeon wings. This fine-grained marble with , blue-gray with darker bands, flecks and streaks, was used as early as the first century BC by the Romans to line baths and for sidewalks.

 

Gris Savoie

Grey ripples in a moonlit lake. Gris Savoie is a classic marble and a well-known staple.

Calacatta Silver

Calacatta Silver has incredible movement that progresses along a ground of varying shades of grey. This marble mimics the reflections from ripples of water at the bottom of a fountain. A slight turn of the wind will make a wonderful mess of dancing lights.

Arabescato Orobico

This dark Italian marble has a mix of charcoal, Earl Grey, taupe and white veins. It looks like the surface of Jupiter, prestigious and interstellar.

 

Bardiglio Nuvolato

Grey and white striations line up across the field of the Bardiglio Nuvolato marble like sets of winter waves.

Pietra Grey

Grafite is a warm grey marble, its field streaked with lightning strikes of white icing.

Grigio San Marco

Beautifully textured. Grigio San Marco marble is an exquisite sight. Layered with pebbled segments and pink veining. It’s features draw you in.

Elegance Grey

Elegance Grey is exactly as its name says, an elegant grey stone from Turkey. It’s ground is traversed by pinkish white veins.

Bardiglio Imperiale

Bardiglio Imperiale is a quintessential grey marble for architectural and design projects. It is an Italian classic, known for it’s deep bluish grey color.

Henry IV

Slate-gray streaked with charcoal splashes and pearl-white rivulets.