Labradorite Blue Granite for Kitchen Countertop and Floor Tiles
Labradorite Blue is a kind of blue granite quarried in Madagascar. This stone is especially good for Countertops, monuments, mosaic, exterior - interior wall and floor applications, fountains, pool and other design projects.
Labradorite granite stone, a semi-precious gemstone, has started to gain popularity over the years, often used as an alternative to the already popular granite countertops. Aside from countertop usage, these slabs can also be used as a kitchen backsplash, sink material, and even tile.
Labradorite Blue Granite Slab
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Labradorite blue is a beautiful and exclusive blue granite with black mica clusters and large blue patches. This natural stone is great for kitchen counters, bathroom counters, fireplace surrounds, home bar tops, commercial bar tops, and outdoor kitchen counters.
Dry-hangs, Cut-to-Sizes, Panels, Slabs, Tops, Sanitary, Blocks, Stair Steps, Paving, Curbs, Columns, Pillars, Tombstone, Sculptures, Fountains, Lanterns, Pots, Tables, Chairs, Lines, Meshed Paving, Mosaics, Cultural Marbles etc.
The below sizes are common ones, the close INCH sizes can also be produced.
300X300, 300X600, 600x600, etc.
|10, 18, 20, 30, etc.|
1800x560, 2100x560, 2400x660, etc.
20, 30, etc.
1200x560, 1500x560, 1800x600, etc.
20, 30, etc.
Lx457, Lx330, Lx250, Lx300, Lx200, etc.
20, 30, etc.
600x300, 300x300, etc.
600x150, 350x180, etc.
(Poly) Wooden Crate, Pallet, Rain Cloth, Carton & Foam are Our Usual Packing Material, But Different Product Different Pack, Different Pack Different Cost.
30% deposit, the balance should be paid before delivery.
(Principally 1 full container at least, but mix loading in the same port is allowed).
30-35 days after manufacturing begins.
It is sold under a variety of names such as "blue granite" or "labradorite granite." It is used as countertops, tiles, window sills, and facing stone. A building faced with a labradorite-rich rock can be a spectacular sight when the sun hits it at the right angle. Millions of labradorite crystals reflect brilliant color flashes in various directions.
What is a labradorite stone?
Labradorite is a popular decorative stone because of its labradorescence, which creates a dazzling optical phenomenon of a blue green to deep blue sheen that shimmers in the light. Other varieties, including rare specimens, offer a stunning rainbow of green, violet, or orange shimmer called spectrolite.
How do I obtain samples?
A. If samples are available for the product you are interested in, you can request a sample directly from our website or connect us at firstname.lastname@example.org . We will send you 2-3 pcs samples for free with no credit card required. Granite tile sample pieces are typically 4”x4”. or you can tell us what sizes samples you prefer most. While all courrier fee should be paid by your side.