Arabescato Marble is a white marble that comes from the Apuan mountains by Carrara, Italy. It is filled with deep, bold grey structures throughout it, giving it extreme detail.
Bardiglio Marble is a dark grey and white marble that is often called Bardiglio Scuro, with “scuro” meaning “dark color” in Italian. Bardiglio will have a mix of light and dark grey tones within a slab, along with some areas of white. This marble will have sweeping veins and movement which will change on every shipment. Due to the qualities of the stone, the slabs are book-matched; meaning slab one and slab two will be cut and polished to create a mirror image of each other.
Michelangelo’s material of choice, is your classic veined white marble. A sculptor’s starting block and builder’s foundation, this marble conjures up centuries of history and use. Originating from Italy’s Carrara region, its cool-white coloring can be seen from a distance covering the mountains (easily mistaken for snow-capped peaks). Produced from one of the oldest working quarries, BIANCO CARRARA meets the needs of traditional to contemporary design. Our versatile, ultimate classic.
Bianco Venatino is a marble that has a crisp, vibrant white tone and pencil-thin veining. Structurally, this particular stone also happens to be very consistent between blocks however, the tile and slab come from different layers in the quarry. Therefore, it is important to note that if both are being used in a project, it is recommended to verify the colors prior to installation. It is available in a variety of tile sizes and 2 and 3cm stone slabs.
Calacatta Belgia is an elegant white marble from a Belgia bedrock quarry in Italy. Adorned with flowing grey veins strewn across a radiant white background, the marble exudes pure luxury. Flecks of pyrite add to its dazzling allure. Arizona Tile carries Calacatta Belgia in 2cm stone slabs.
Calacatta Betogli Extra is an Italian marble sourced from one of the more exclusive sections of its quarry. Occasional areas of pyrite or, "Fools Gold," accent the creamy white background, with sweeping gold and grey veining throughout. Its combination of colors intertwined with its artful display of organic minerals add an aura of elegance to this premier material. Arizona Tile carries Calacatta Betogli Extra in 2cm stone slabs.
A beautiful blue-tinted selection of Calacatta marble quarried in the Carrara region of Italy. This marble’s seductive swirls bear resemblance to other classic Calacattas, with an added splash of pale blue. Available in a 2 cm polished Slab or honed 18" x 18" field tile.
Calacatta Caldia Satin is a white marble quarried from a bedrock quarry in Carrara, Italy. Its white background creates a clean backdrop to the striking fawn and grey veining that is dispersed throughout the slab. Occasional grey areas as well as sporadic areas with a light green tone may also be be evident. Arizona Tile carries Calacatta Caldia Satin in 2 and 3cm stone slabs.
Calacatta Caldia is quarried from a bedrock quarry in the Apuan Mountain range next to Carrara, Italy where several different quarries of Calacatta marble exist. This marble will have a white background with taupe/gold veins throughout the slabs. There may also be some grey areas and areas with a light, green tone. The use of white marble for kitchen countertops has been increasing over the past few years.
Calacatta Capixaba is a creamy white marble from southern Brazil. Its pillowing white background is accented by rich gold veining flowing throughout. Areas of grey contrast the gold tones, adding the signature marbling effect to this stone. Arizona Tile carries Calacatta Capixaba in 2cm slabs.
Calacatta Colorado is quarried from a gallery quarry near Aspen, Colorado. It is 300 feet wide by 300 feet thick and 3 miles long. This quarry was discovered in 1873 in the Colorado Rockies at an altitude of 9,300 feet above sea level. The quarry is inside the mountain, therefore production happens year-round, even during the harsh winters. This marble is 99.5% pure calcite. The Lincoln Memorial, built in the early 1900’s, was made from this marble.
Calacatta Gold Vein is quarried from a bedrock quarry in the Apuan Mountains near Carrara, Italy. Italy is famous for its white marble and for supplying different types of Calacatta. Calacatta Gold Vein has a clean, white background with grey/gold veins. The use of white marble for kitchen countertops has been increasing over the past few years.
Calacatta Gold is quarried in the Apuan Mountains near Carrara, Italy. This marble comes from a gallery quarry which means that the quarry is inside the mountain. Because they don’t have to contend with the cold winter weather, this quarry runs year round. Blocks still need to be moved down the mountain so during the winter months snow and ice can limit the production of this marble. Calacatta Gold will always have a creamy white background with taupe/gold veins.
Calacatta Umber is quarried in the Jilin Province of China, near the border of North Korea. As a result of the severe winter in this area, the quarry is shut down for four to five months each year. Calacatta Umber has a clean, white background with darker veins. Due to the qualities of the stone, the slabs are book-matched; meaning slab one and slab two will be cut and polished to create a mirror image of each other. These are then kept in sequence, which allows for a consistent flow in pattern.
Carrara Extra is quarried from a bedrock quarry in Carrara, Italy. It will have a whiter background than Bianco Carrara, which is available at a lower cost. In white marbles, as the background gets whiter and has fewer veins, the cost increases.
Carrara Silver Honed is quarried from a bedrock quarry near Carrara, Italy. Carrara Silver will vary from shipment to shipment. Some blocks will be light silver and consistent in color with no veining while other blocks will have light and dark shades of silver and grey, showing some veining.
Crema Marfil is quarried from a bedrock quarry in a mountain range near Novelda, Spain. Arizona Tile carries two selections of Crema Marfil including Crema Marfil Classic, which is available only in tile. Characteristically, Crema Marfil has less veining and a clearer background color, while Crema Marfil Classic visibly has more veins and fill.
Daino Reale is quarried from a bedrock quarry in Sardinia, Italy. This marble’s qualities appear much like those of a vein-cut travertine, but without the natural pits. It was formed at the bottom of a shallow sea and sediments from a river built up over millions of years to create the exceptional layered structure. Due to its unique formation process, it is not unusual for this stone to have one portion of the slab or tile darker than the other.
Fantasy Blue Satin is a blue-toned marble quarried in India. Its sweeping white and cream veining add a dramatic statement to the pale blue background. Unlike many of its marble counterparts, Fantasy Blue Satin is an extremely hard marble, making it suitable for use in kitchen installations. Arizona Tile carries Fantasy Blue Satin marble in 2 and 3cm stone slabs.
Fantasy Brown Satin is a marble from northern India. Fantasy Brown Satin is such a hard marble, that it needs to be cut using a granite gang saw instead of a marble gang saw. Due to its hardness, it is well suited for kitchen countertop use. The diagonal movement in this marble, the brown veining, plus the off-setting cream and white tones give this material a dramatic look.
Fantasy Brown is a marble from northern India. Fantasy Brown is such a hard marble, that it needs to be cut using a granite gang saw instead of a marble gang saw. Due to its hardness, it is well suited for kitchen countertop use. The diagonal movement in this marble, the brown veining, plus the off-setting cream and white tones give this material a dramatic look.
Fantasy Ocean Satin is a marble from India with a blue-grey tone. Its light background color provides a stark contrast to its varying black veins, dispersed throughout. Arizona Tile carries Fantasy Ocean Satin in 2 and 3cm stone slabs.
Fantasy Ocean is a cool grey marble with a blue undertone. Its random black veining adds a dramatic flare to the material, adding stark contrast. Arizona Tile carries Fantasy Ocean in 2 and 3cm slabs.
Fantasy Silver Satin is an extremely durable marble from India. Its classic grey and white pattern makes Fantasy Silver Satin an attractive alternative to many of its marble counterparts, as it is well-suited for a variety of applications. Due to its durability, it can be used on kitchen countertops and in exterior applications without scratching or etching issues that are typical for other, more delicate marbles. Arizona Tile carries Fantasy Silver Satin in 2 and 3cm slabs.
Fantasy White Satin is a radiant white marble with sweeping grey veins and a satin finish. Its graceful movement gives the material a celestial appeal, with dramatic details fit for the heavens. Arizona Tile carries Fantasy White Satin in 2 and 3cm stone slabs.
Imperial Danby Honed is quarried in Vermont. The quarry is a bedrock quarry that has been open and operating for more than 100 years. Currently there are three entrances into the quarry with a fourth opening soon. The quarry is entirely inside the mountain and reaches almost one mile deep. Imperial Danby Honed comes from one of the eight different levels in this quarry. The 1-1/4" honed slabs can be used for kitchen countertop use because this is one of the most dense white stones in the market.