Granite | Chisel Marble & Granite | Scottsdale | Phoenix
Explore Unique Granite Countertop Choices
Available in a striking array of colors, granite’s durability and longevity make it ideal for kitchen countertops and other heavily used surfaces, including table tops, bar tops, floors, and monuments. Granite is one of the hardest materials on earth. The beauty and elegance of granite makes it a most prestigious yet practical countertop. And, because no two slabs of granite are exactly alike, yours will be unique.
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- Stony Creek
- Rose (beige), white, grey with dark grey waves, streaks
Stone Name Stony Creek Stone Type Granite Origin USA (Connecticut) Color Rose (beige), white, grey with dark grey waves, streaks Water Absorbtion 0.2-0.25% Hardness Geologic Age Late Proterozoic gneisses melted in Permian Petrographic Type migmatite Hide
- Almond Mauve
- Pink-violet, greenish, brown, ivory
Stone Name Almond Mauve Stone Type Granite Origin China (Fujian) Color Pink-violet, greenish, brown, ivory Water Absorbtion 0.15-0.4% Hardness Geologic Age Jurassic -Cretaceous Petrographic Type quartz syenite to quartz monzonite (varieties up to granite) Hide