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Marble is a metamorphic limestone. When limestone is heated and has pressure put on it, its calcite is melted. Larger crystals are formed and this is marble. Whatever is mixed in with the limestone decides the final color of the marble. If limestone is pure, you get a white marble. If it has hematite or clay in it, you will get a reddish color marble. Most marble is large grained and comes in many colors and patterns (what is Marble? More details)
Marble is used in flooring tiles, wall tiles, statues, buildings, tomb stones, fireplace mantles, vanity top and countertops. It is soft and is easy to carve or cut into shapes. This is why it is used to make statues.
Newstar stone have our owned marble factory to make all kinds marble tiles,marble slabs,marble vanity tops,marble mosaics,marble fireplaces, mable vanity top andcountertops, marble staues etc .Our marble factory carries a wide range of imported marble colors and domestic marble colors. The most popular imported marble colors are :Crema Marfil,Moca Crema, Serppegiante, Galala Beige,Bianco Carrara,Emperador Dark,Emperador Light,Bianco Perlino,Rosala,Shell Beige,Perlato Svevo,Botticino Classico,Century Beige,Tiger Beige,Ariston,India Green,Rosa Verona,Moca Cream,Silvia,Sunny Beige,Aman Beige,Italy Portoro,Thassos White,Tiger Beige,Roman Beige,Shell Beige,Sahala Beige,Sahala Beige,Rosa Levanto and some from China
The Marble photos show what you may find on the market on any given day. Certain marble are almost always available and some less so. Some will never be found again. Marble is a natural resource, and therefore is limited by its natural supply! Names also vary somewhat depending upon the quarry and vendor.
White for marble Colors
There are a huge variety of shades for white marble. These shades depend on the country of origin. For example, a predominantly white marble with white and gray flecks, sometimes called Big White Flower is from China whereas a Bianco white marble leans toward ivory in color and is mined in Brazil and Italy.
Beige for marble Colors
Beige marble is one of the most popular shades of marble, along with brown, yellow and green. It offers flexibility when it comes to decorating and redecorating and lends an "old-world" style to a kitchen or bath, particularly when paired with a darker cabinet.
Yellow for marble Colors
Another frequently used color is yellow marble. Yellow marble, like most marble, can be found in both a fine and coarse grain. A wide variety of secondary colors create differing hues of yellow marble ranging from golden to light to brown to green. Yellow marble countertops will warm up any kitchen or bath.
Gold for marble Colors
The metallic colors in Gold and Copper marble are found worldwide, with the highest concentration of quarries in Brazil and South America. Gold and Copper marble will usually have secondary colors of white, black, and gray. Countertops of gold or copper marble will create a sense of luxury and richness in your kitchen or bath, especially paired with a darker colored cabinet.
Green for marble Colors
Green marble has arguably the most variable when it comes to secondary colors. While most of the other colors have only minor differences, greens tend towards a wide variety of different supporting colors. Emerald Pearl from Norway is green with aqua and blue shadings, while Forest Green from India is green with rose and gray shades. This great difference in secondary colors makes green marble particularly attractive to those who like a variety and spontaneity in their decoration.
Blue for marble Colors
Blue marble countertops are quickly becoming a stylish choice for designers today and are prized for the beauty in their patterns. Blue marbles are mined mostly in coastal Africa and Brazil. Secondary colors are commonly whites, grays, blacks, and other shades of blue. Of the blue marbles, Azul marbles are the most sought after for their beauty and rarity.
Red for marbles Colors
Red marbles are a favorite in China. They give a striking and romantic appearance. Included in this family are the Rose marbles, which carry the title of the rarest form of marble available. Rose marble is mined in Brazil and China and can vary from pink to lavender with flecks of gold and white for a soft, even tone to dark gray for a sharp, contrasting shade.
Burgundy for marble Colors
Burgundy marble falls between the red and brown categories. It has the visual impact of red marble and the versatility of brown marble. Secondary colors for burgundy marble run from red to brown, gray to black. Occasionally white and pink will make an appearance. The most popular burgundy marble is Juparana Bordeaux.
Brown for marbles Colors
Brown and beige marbles are two of the most popular colors of marble countertops. Brown marble is widely available. Similar to beige, brown marble creates a traditional style and ambiance in a kitchen or bath. Coupling with a light finished wood can complete the look.
Gray for marble Colors
When marble was first used in the United States, gray marble was the most popular as it was, and still is, mined in Georgia. It is still used, with the most common colors being Bare Gray, Sierra White, and Moonlight Gray.
Black for Granite Colors
Black marble is becoming an increasingly popular choice in color of marble. Black marble can range from an Absolute Black - with little to no striations - to a more variable black, with secondary colors of white, gray, blue, green, etc. Absolute blacks are mined mostly in Sweden, Australia, South Africa and India. Black marble countertops can create a modern environment when matched with lighter cabinetry and clean lines.
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