ALL ABOUT CALACATTA GOLD MARBLE
Calacatta Marble is distinctive with its thick, bold veining. Rather than the plentiful soft veins of a marble like Carrara, Calacatta’s hallmark is fewer but more dramatic and unstructured veins. Overall the color has a global appeal with designers and architects due to its soothing white background, veining, and color tone.
LUXURIOUS ITALIAN MARBLE
It is true that the most famous marble in the world comes from Italy, specifically the Carrara region. This is where artists such as Michelangelo and Donatello used Calacatta and Statuario marble to create some of the world’s most treasured works of art that have withstood the test of time. Italian marble is in high demand. It’s beautiful, durable, and brings with it a reputation for luxury. For this reason, many prefer authentic Italian marble.
TYPES OF CALACATTA MARBLE
PRICE OF CALACATTA GOLD MARBLE
Calacatta gold marble price is starts from 700rs and above.
CALACATTA GOLD MARBLE SLABS
Calacatta Gold marble has tones of both white and gray complexities with more intricate veiny patterns that other types of Calacatta marble lack. Add this to your container and begin bolstering home improvement projects involving sensitive, low-traffic areas like the baker’s station, exclusive butler’s pantries, or even a high-end bathroom concept designed to be both elegant and visually stunning.
DIFFRENECE BETWEEN CALACATTA, STATUARIO & CARRARA MARBLE
It can be confidently said that together, Statuario Bianco and Calacatta represent the top bracket of most sought after and highest quality luxury marble in the world, both types are very expensive with Statuario taking top spot in terms of price. However, when we get down to it, the end decision of which marble you go with (if you can find it readily available), usually comes down to a matter of taste and which particular slab best suits your specific project, e.g. kitchen, reception countertop or statement bathroom.
KNOW YOUR STONE
Calacatta typically can be found with a wide range of vein hues, including light to dark grey and blue, as well as the classic brass or gold tones that some of Calacatta marble varieties are famous for. This is important when you consider that Statuario is more monochromatic, so you will generally only find slabs that have light to dark grey veining with very limited colour variation and a lack of gold veins. Another big distinction is the pattern of the veins across the slabs; Calacatta typically has quite busy veining that is furiously splashed across the clean white slabs, whereas Statuario Bianco ideally will have a very limited number of sizeable grey “bastoni” or branches, crossing a bright white slab which give it its unique appearance, leaving the remainder of the slab largely free of veins. While this is not always the case, if you do find a slab that matches this description you can expect to pay a premium price.
CALACATTA FINEST ITALIAN MARBLE
Another white marble stone that helps give your kitchen that extra gleam is be Calacatta marble. This stone would make an excellent addition for anyone in the natural stone industry looking to encourage a more uniform, well-dressed charm to any consumer’s kitchen or dining room area. Remember to guide your customer to use a reliable sealant for all marble as they are all prone to stains. Below is the beautiful Calacatta installed in a kitchen island.
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