Azurite granite is an exotic natural stone from Brazil also known as Blue Sea Granite that that presents a mid-blue base stone with an interesting pattern of veins and grains in tones ranging in white, beige, cyan and copper.
Azurite granite is an exotic natural stone from Brazil also known as Blue Sea Granite that that presents a mid-blue base stone with an interesting pattern of veins and grains in tones ranging in white, beige, cyan and copper. This granite offers a deep blue base that contains random ore deposits with clear shades on a material that brings the natural beauty of deserts and winter skies to any interior. The name of Azurite Granite for this stone comes from the Arabic ‘ Azure’ which originate from the areas in Persia that are known for their mineral deposits of Blue natural stones.
Azurite granite is a sturdy yet brittle stone that can crack if not handled professionally. Its use is recommended for panels and focal areas rather than for demanding applications such as kitchen worktops as it may loose is gloss under demanding usage conditions. Its opaque to translucent mineral make up results in an incredible gloss finish when polished. The material is available in slab formats of 20mm and 30mm thicknesses and the average slab dimensions covers an approximate area of 6 square meters, allowing for endless designs in incredible and unique patters that are characteristic of this material. The most popular thickness of Azure Granite is 20 millilitres thickness in a unique glossy polished finish as it allows users to create continued worktop and splashback designs.
Below are some of the features and benefits of use of granite interior decoration and architecture:
|Suitable for||Exterior, Interior|