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 Santa Cecilia Granite
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Santa Cecilia Granite

A coarse-grained, yellow-grey granite with fairly consistent textur that can change in pattern and color from batch to batch, making each piece unique

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1

Slab size:
Average m2 per slab: 6.5m2 | Average size small slab: 2500x1500mm | Average size large slab: 3200x1950mm | Approximate minimum slab sizes: 2500x1400mm | Approximate Maximum slab sizes: 3000x1900mm | Average slab size: 5.5m2
Tile sizes:
300x300x10mm | 305x305x10mm | 600x400x10mm | 300x300x20mm | 600x600x10mm | 600x600x20mm
Available Finishes:
Polished | Honed | Flamed | Riven | Satinato | Sawn | Bush Hammered | Anticato
Other Names:
Bordeaux River | Cold Spring | Montecarlo Bordeaux granite | Bianco Spring | White Spring granite | Typhoon Bordeau
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Description

Product Description

Santa Cecilia granite is a natural stone from Brazil comprising a delicate pattern of grey and soft brown spots on a delicate white base background.
Santa Cecilia is quarried in different regions of Brazil and exported to UK and Europe where white, organic stone is very much in line with current trends of interior and architectural design.
This stone is classified as granite rock due to its mineral composition. It is a tough material that is suitable for indoor as well as outdoor applications. Different names are generally due to regional variations and/or commercial aspects such as branding. Other names include Bordeaux River granite, Cold Spring, Montecarlo Bordeaux, Bianco Spring, White Spring granite, Typhoon Bordeaux
Famous monuments made out of granite include the iconic Mount Rushmore in USA, the Avukana Buddha statue in Sri Lanka and The Colossal Red Granite Statue of Amenhotep III in Egypt and recently, The Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Fountain in Hyde Park, London, United Kingdom.
Santa Cecilia granite is available in polished and honed finishes as standard and special finishes such as Satinato, Flamed and Bush Hammered are supplied to order.
Granite is an ideal stone to work with, offering the possibility of having seamless pieces across large surfaces such as kitchen worktops, bar counters, bathroom cladding and kitchen islands.
Granite slabs tend to be the largest in size across all natural stone groups which make it a cost effective material when a large slab covers most small to medium sized plots.

Product Data

Product Data

Stone typeGranite
ColourBeige
CountryBrazil
Price Rating1
Thicknesses20mm, 30mm
Suitable forExteriors, Interiors
Type of applicationArchitrave and columns, Bar countertops, Bathroom coverings, Bathroom worktops, Bench tops, Countertops, Fireplace surrounds, Fireplaces, Floorings, Kitchen worktops, Reception desk, Shower tray, Splashbacks, staircases, Table tops, Table tops, Vanity tops, Wall cladding, Washbasins, Wet rooms and Saunas
TextureCoarse grain
Technical Information

Technical Information

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ClassificationGranite
AvailabilityMedium
Average block dimensionsMedium/Large
Main applicationIndoor/Outdoor
Slab variation rateMedium
Tensile strength after freeze-thaw cycles1810kg/cm2
Heat expansion raten/a
Water Absorption Rate0.27 - 0.37 mass %
Impact strengthn/a
Frictional wearhn/a
Mass by unit of volume2720 kg/m3
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