Marble is a metamorphic rock very dense, hard, fine grain, composed mostly of calcite and limestone produced by metamorphosis. Being a crystallized limestone can be polished easily, and a mirror finish brings to life the color depth offering spectacular effects. a wealth of colors, might be found, depending on the area that it is extracted: neutral tones white, cheerful and warm yellow tones or orange, shades of green or spectacular black. Most wanted are beige tones which look warm and inviting and glorify any environment decorated with them. The results are impressive carved marble.
Marble is a metamorphic rock formed by alteration of limestone or dolomite, often irregularly colored by impurities and used especially in architecture and sculpture. Marble tiles are suitable for bathrooms, entryways and fireplaces, living & dining areas. Marble floor tiles are also used for both interior and exterior flooring applications. Some of the different colors of marble are white, red, black, mottled and banded, gray, pink, and green.
Marble has been valued for thousands of years for its rich palette of beautiful colors and appearance and is perfect, pretty much anywhere in the house.
Marbles are formed from limestone or dolomite that has undergone enough heat and pressure to get metamorphosized into a crystalline structure. This metamorphosis takes place when the weight of overlying material, pressure from crystal collisions and heat from the earth's core generate temperatures in excess of 1800ºF. It has an interlocking or mosaic texture composed of crystalline grain of calcite, dolomite or both. Texture of marble depends on the form, size and uniformity of grains. The chemical constituents of marble determine the color of the marble. Generally calcite and dolomite marbles are of pure white color. Variations of whiteness of pure marbles are due to the mixture of foreign substances. Such impurities form bands, streaks and clouds. Black and grayish shades are due to graphite; pinks, reds are mainly due to the presence of manganese oxides or hematite.
The Taj Mahal in India is the best illustration of marble architecture.
Here are some of the marble type we use in our productions.