Cristallo

White veins are prominent on the semi-translucent Cristallo. This is a beautiful crystalline quartzite. It’s like looking at a snowflake under a magnifying glass.

Everest

The name of Everest quartzite matches the stone completely. White as the peaks of Everest, a frozen canal from which fresh snowfall has been disturbed by ardent skaters.

Princess White

This quartzite is florescent and snowy. With subtle tones of minty green, Princess White brings a coolness to any project.

White Macaubas Cross Cut

A smooth beige surface crossed with striking gray veins. The fine grained White Macuabas quartzite is bright, majestic, and extraordinary.

White Macaubas Vein Cut

A smooth beige surface crossed with striking gray veins. The fine grained White Macuabas quartzite is bright, majestic, and extraordinary.

Superlative

Superlative quartzite is known for the glimmering strands of pyrite on it’s cloudy canvas. It’s as if the grey quartzite decided to dress for New Years Eve, wearing it’s finest silver and gold.

Austral Pearl

Cosmic striations are traveling across this quartzite. These colors remind you of those of a black pearl.

Super White

A gray-white Brazilian quartzite with distinct veining and an overall cloudy effect like an aerial photograph of an icy ocean.

Atlantic Lavastone

Atlantic Lavastone is a smooth seawater rolling in rivulets across dark glass. Splashed with glowing sea algae from the moonlight.

Quartzite Cielo

An ashy blue crystalline quartzite with golden veining, Quartzite Cielo has a perfect coolness with underlying earth tones.

Turtle Blue

An opulent quartzite. Turtle Blue’s field appears like a collection of turtle shells surrounded by sea foam veining, a geometric marvel.

Carbon Grey

Imagine a vast sea of volcanic ash spread across this quartzite ground. The wind wisps the dust in irregular striations. An imperfectly consistent tone of grey is then created.

Phyton Light

An extremely dreamy and durable blue quartzite. Phyton Light is a sea of crashing waves or a cloudy windswept day.

Blue Fusion

Blue fusion’s bold colors swirl through a field of blue iris’s and violets. A crystalline quartz – a dramatic quartzite, a liquid fire.

Blue Mare

Vivid ocher veins take muscular turns across the field of this exotic quartzite.

Azul Macaubas

Azul Macaubas is distinctive for its azure to white ground with bright blue veining. This quartzite is like slivers of blue sky framed by wisps of clouds.

Azul Imperiale

This imperial, medium grained Brazilian beauty features a lively succession of azure, green, and lavender veins. Quartzites are known for their durability.

Perla Venata

Perla Venata is as pleasant as it sounds. Light and shadows play across these precious pearl and silver tones. Quartzite are known for their durability.

Madre Perola

Madre Perola is a cool white and ivory stone with subtle gray tones. Quartzite are known for their durability.

Mont Blanc

A polished Brazilian quartzite named for the snowy peak of Mont Blanc, the mightiest mountain in Europe. It is creamy grey with forest green and wheat veining.

Dolce Vita

Dolce Vita Quartzite is a fresh Brazilian morning. This warm stone is shaded with peach and copper. A Gris painting, a brief rainstorm.

Burlesque

Mesmerizing and opalescent. Burlesque is a soft dove-gray with white and gold veining. This quartzite is stunning.

Crystal Tiffany

Crystal Tiffany is similar to the classic Tiffany’s color. Because of this, it’s so easily identifiable. This unique blue-green quartzite is truly one of a kind.

Taj Mahal

Enchanting Taj Mahal quartzite is a monument to color, an elegant ivory enriched with warm streaks of gold.

Madreperola

Madre Perola is a cool white and ivory stone with subtle gray tones. Quartzite are known for their durability.

Patagonia

This quartzite is a beautiful mix of translucent crystalline segments and solid ivory chunks trickled with onyx accents.

Cristallo Rosa

A rosy version of Cristallo, the Rosa Cristallo Quartzite has a pink hint to it’s crystalline ground. A durable yet lovely stone.

Maya

A windswept late winter pasture. Maya quartzite’s beige base features blue, gray, purple and rust tones.

Iron Red

A dark grey and red banded itabirite, ethereal Iron Red quartzite evokes waves of cherry-red lava across cool gray stone.

Elegant Brown

Shades of brown, burgundy, gray and lavender waltz across the face of Elegant Brown, a whispered sunset.

Sensation

A carnival of color. Sensation is a spectacle of gold, cream and off-white hues. Quartzite are known for their durability.

Cristallo Smoke

Rustic veins trickle through grey crystals on this Quartzite canvas.

Paris 1919

A beautiful textured quartzite. It looks like the bottom of a fresh water river. We’ve given a unique name for this stone. If you stop by to view the whole slab, you will also see the scene we pictured.

Sequoia Brown

This Brazilian quartzite presents a woodland color palate of vivid grey streams threading their way through dark earth colored veining. This creates a beautifully expressive, leathered, extraordinary quartzite.

Bronzite

This quartzite is a shimmering copper-color with royal purple tones and caramel veining, alluring and bold.

Cappuccino

This compact limestone breccia honors its namesake, warm cream veins twisting sinuously upon a black-coffee ground.

Princess White

This quartzite is florescent and snowy. With subtle tones of minty green, Princess White brings a coolness to any project.

Fusion Top

Fusion top is a wonderful mix of greens, blues and caramels. The intricate vein movement in this quartzite is like no other.

Botanic Green

A sharp minty pine green takes over this quartzite. It’s diagonal crystal and black veining cut sections of where darker greens settle and where lighter greens start. This stone is truly magical.

Verde Vecchio

Brazilian quartzite, Verde Vecchio, “old green,” is a splash of color, warm greens and blues veined with golden clouds.

Emerald Quartzite

Emerald Quartzite is a beauty, slightly translucent in it’s layers of dreamy mint green.¬† You can imagine a fairy tale castle dressed in this quartzite from floor to ceiling!

Verde Bamboo

Verde Bamboo quartzite from Bahia, Brazil, stuns with its seemingly dyed shades of blue, green and black.

Turtle Green

This Quartzite has a magical pattern of blue and green. Tortoise-shell ovals encircled by white veining with gold veins disrupting the pattern of the field.

Verde Borgogna

A rich green shows through on this incredible quartzite. It’s a scene from deep within a lush Rainforest.

Black Meteorite

Dusty grey smoke is steaming from a freshly fallen meteorite. This quartzite is an otherworldly stone at the very least.

Black Fantasy

Black Fantasy, folded dark gray, its surface like a seaside seen from space.

Black Mirror

Black Mirror is gorgeous, obsidian torched by waves of white lace and intermittent cocoa flecks, compelling and romantic.

Belvedere

This quartzite is like smoke curling up from the ashes of a campfire. Imagine the middle of a night as a double espresso, milk swirling across it like wisps of clouds across the a black velvet sky.

Coast Green

Coast green granite is exactly the scene pictured when hearing the name. A lush, green landscape near the coast. The color of the sand softens the green.