If you’re looking to give a special touch or reinvent your new home or existing space, the first thing to focus on is the flooring of the house. The space you walk on transforms the look and feel of an interior, whether elevating your interior or dulling it down. And it’s well known that the right choice to make is to choose Italian marble tiles for flooring.
From time immemorial, the greatest architects and interior designers have known the class that Italian Marble holds in itself. With high lustre and a crystal-like appearance, Italian marble can add a dreamy touch to your home and are much more delicate and porous than their Indian counterparts. They are sourced from various regions across Italy and come to India in slabs or blocks.
Similarly, at Bhandari Marble World each collection is sourced from the best and most important quarries across the globe and each slab is committed to world specification of 2 cm thickness, pre-cut and pre-polished by the finest Italian craftsmen.
There are a number of marble types available. In fact, marble is quarried from all over the world and can be found on nearly every continent. On the continent of Europe there are a variety of countries in which marble is found. One such country is Italy. Here, we will talk about some of the Italian marbles that many shoppers seek. During our discussion we will mention some features and consider why each type of marble is sought. So, let’s get into our discussion of Italian Marbles.
Bottochino Marble: One of Italy’s notable types of marble is Bottochino. Like other notable marbles this unique stone offers a distinctive appearance and brings characteristics that make it the choice for some designers and interior decorators. It is used in a variety of ways and in more than one environment. Bottochino is a town and municipality in the province of Brescia. Brescia is located in Lombardy, Italy. Bottochino Marble is marble that is quarried from the region of Bottochino.
Calacatta White: Calacatta marble is a rare type of Italian marble that is of high quality and sought out by those that appreciate a quality stone. It is useful for a variety of applications and has a reputation for being of great value and desirability. The look of Calacatta marble is distinctive. It is bold and its veining is quite distinguishable from other types of marble. The veining is characterized by fewer, bolder veins than other popular marble types.
Carrara White: While Carrara is the name given to this particular kind of marble stone, it also brings with it a heritage that is not readily notable in the name. Many facets of this notable marble add to its reputation. Although at times shoppers do not think about it, often times marble comes from the location from which it is quarried. As a result, “Carrara Marble” is from the city of Carrara in Tuscany, Italy. It has been used for centuries as can be seen in many notable works.
Marble is one of the most luxurious stones and is highly preferred because of its natural grain patterns and high lustre which infuses a rich and elegant look. Marble can be broadly classified into Italian marble which is quarried from Northern Italy and Indian marble which is primarily quarried from the Indian state of Rajasthan. If you are confused between these two options then this guide will tell you whether Indian or Italian marble is more suitable for your home.
Makrana Marble: Makrana is the source of the marble used in the Taj Mahal. It is situated at a distance of 60 km from Kishangarh and falls in the Nagaur district of Rajasthan. The region has various mining ranges, mainly Doongri, Devi, Ulodi, Saabwali, Gulabi, Kumari, Neharkhan, Matabhar, Matabhar Kumari, Chuck Doongri, Chosira and Pahar Kua amongst others.
Rajnagar Marble: World’s largest marble-producing area, with over 2,000 gang saw units located in the nearby town of Udaipur to process the material produced. Agaria is a variety of this area, with numerous other varieties and patterns, primarily in white base. The marble is dolomitic and often has quartz intrusions.
Andhi Marble: Located near the capital city of the state of Jaipur (also known as the ‘Pink City’), it is dolomitic marble with intrusions of tremolite, and is commonly known by the name of pista (pistachio) marble, because of the green colored tremolite against an off-white background. One of the famous varieties of this area was known as Indo-Italian, owing to its resemblance with Statuario Marble. Most of the mining of this famous field is now banned by the Supreme Court of India because of the vicinity of the area to the Sariska Tiger Reserve.
Slumber Marble: Also known as Onyx Marble, it has thick bands of green and pink hint. A resemblance to Onyx Marble from Pakistan gives it this name. This is also highly dolomitic.
Yellow Marble: Jaisalmer stone is found in Jaisalmer district of Rajasthan. Though not been metamorphosed and hence is still a limestone, it is known as Yellow Marble in trade circles. It is mined in the Jaisalmer District.
Bidasar: These are ultra-basic rocks in shades of brown and green color found in Rajasthan. The crisscross linear pattern given it a remarkable resemblance to a photograph of dense forest. These are also known as forest green/brown or fancy green/brown.
AmbaJi White Marble: It can be compared with Makrana Marble. It is highly calcic and is produced in a town called AmbaJi (famous for its temple of Durga Devi). The marble has a very soft and waxy look, and is often used by sculptors.
Abu Black: This is one of the rare black textured marble available. Only produced in the mines of Abu-road, this black textured stone is a decorative marble used in temples and sculptures.
Katni Range: It is famous for its beige-colored marble which is dolomitic but highly crystalline, with very fine grain size and some quartz intrusions. The marble accepts polish. Another variety of the same range is red/maroon-colored marble.
Indian Green Marble: It is found in Rajasthan India, Indian Green Marble’s most quarries is situated in Kesariyaji it is 60 km far from Udaipur Rajasthan India. This Indian green marble is known by name in all over the world. In Europe people know Indian green marble as a Verde Guatemala. Many varieties are available in Indian green marble. Indian Green Marble is exported to Africa, Europe, Australia, Middle East and many Asian countries. It is found in Rishabh town of Udaipur District state Rajasthan of India.
Granite is an intrusive igneous rock with large grains (minerals) easily seen by the naked eye. Granite colors are most commonly pink, white, variations of grey and black. However, it’s important to note that some stones marketed as black ‘granite’ are in fact likely gabbros as granite must contain at least 20% quartz within a rock to make it granite. Granite is one of the most commonly known types of rocks, used in everything from buildings to sculptures. It has been used for thousands of years and is regarded as a symbol of status, strength, and durability.
TYPES OF GRANITE
White granite primarily contains milky white quartz and opaque white feldspar minerals. No white granite is perfectly white like man-made stones. Actually, if you see a countertop that is 100% white, be sure that it’s not granite but more likely quartz. White granite countertops are true works of art that will have many shades, veining’s, and spots of different coloration. Most often, you will see an abundance of small black amphibole grains.
• Moon White Granite is a beautiful granite stone. It features delicate grains and intricate patterns with an abundance of specks and swirls. Ivory, silver, gray and jet-black spots are delightfully incorporated to together to create a stunning appearance.
• Bianco Antico Granite features a gentle, soft gray background with warm pink and taupe spots and flecks. Your kitchen will never look the same with this interesting-looking stone. All the gorgeous brown and burgundy red colors and shades in Bianco Antico granite will amaze you. If you need a countertop with a fresh but classic look and strong personality, choose Bianco Antico Granite.
• River White Granite comes from India. Its white base is enriched with a wealth of light and dark gray veins and deep red burgundy spots and flecks. Each slab of this unique granite is different. Cream, blue, and gray shades intertwine with the white base and create the most amazing patterns you will ever see on a countertop.
• Black Galaxy granite is an overall black granite stone with small white and gold specks. These specks can range in size from really small to large, easily noticeable pieces that will add additional drama. Tiny drops of gold and white will make Black Galaxy Granite radiate from within and create a luxurious atmosphere in your kitchen. High moisture resistance, exceptional durability, and ease of maintenance are main characteristics of this beautiful stone.
TOP SUPPLIER MANUFACTURER & EXPORTER
Bhandari Marble World from India, Rajasthan, Kishangarh and is one of the biggest exporters of marble. It is one of the major suppliers to Gulf countries like Dubai, Oman, UAE, and Bahrain.
We have a highly developed infrastructural facility to cater to the bulk and urgent requirements of our clients in the most efficient manner. Our infrastructure facility is spread across a wide area and comprises several fully functional units like production, quality testing, warehousing, delivery, etc. Installed with advanced machines, tools and technology, this facility ensures organized flow of business processes.
Further, we have a team of experienced professionals who hold rich experience. Works efficiently to meet accurate need of clients, our professionals attain our organizational goals within set time limit. Our team of quality experts does not leave any stone unturned to guarantee that quality assured tiles are delivered to the clients.
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