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(972) 800-7748
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Colors

Materials: Types and Colors

Touchstone Granite & Marble Corp.'s commitment to customer ensures that we offer our customers the widest variety of options that the industry has to offer. During the natural stone selection process our customers can rely on our expertise to answer questions and locate just the right stone for each project.

Below are a few of the most popular selections.

Bordeaux | Country of Origin: Brasil

Bordeaux is a Terracotta pinkish stone with gray quartz and white calcite deposits. There are many variations: Juparana Bordeaux, Florence Bordeaux, Golden Bordeaux, Crema Bordeaux

Indian Absolute Black | Country of Origin: India

Absolute Black is a black granite with some silver flecking.

Black Galaxy | Country of Origin: India

One of the most popular black granites in the world, Black Galaxy is a classic, consistent dark black stone. Close inspection reveals that is full of valiant metallic gold and copper snowflakes of color.

Madura Gold | Country of Origin: Finland

Madura Gold has a striking, consistent flow of dominant gold and yellow tones. Stunning raspberry garnets can also be found occurring sporadically throughout the stone.

Baltic Brown | Country of Origin: Finland

This gorgeous stone is medium-brown overall with khaki, brown and black mineral deposits. It is a fairly consistent stone with a medium pattern composed of circular flecks and a sprinkling of green and amber.

Blue Pearl | Country of Origin: Norway

Blue Pearl is a stunning iridescent blue granite. The gorgeous blue color is interrupted by large black and gray shimmering flakes scattered across the slab.

Bordeaux | Country of Origin: Brazil

Bordeaux is a Terracotta pinkish stone with gray quartz and white calcite deposits. There are many variations: Juparana Bordeaux, Florence Bordeaux, Golden Bordeaux, Crema Bordeaux

Crema Bordeaux | Country of Origin: Brazil

Crema Bordeaux is a Terracotta pinkish stone with gray quartz and white calcite deposits with some green and gold movement. One of the Bordeaux variations.

Giallo Napoleone | Country of Origin: Brazil

Light golden-yellow highlights and burgundy flecks are embedded within the off-white hue of Giallo Napoleone. This is a very consistent, light-colored stone that remains a subtle, yet attractive piece.

Crema Marfil | Country of Origin: Italy

The warm cream color of Crema Marfil is enhanced by a delicate yet rich veining pattern in a neutral setting that make this stone highly sought-after. Perfectly suited to both traditional and contemporary interiors, Crema Marfil is a classic.

Emperador Light | Country of Origin: China

A unique light brown granite consisting of a busy structure of light brown, beige, and white clustering.

Giallo Ornamental | Country of Origin: Brazil

Giallo Ornamental is a beautiful, off-white patterned granite from Brazil. The vibrant stone has moderate movement and is characterized by its rich, dark accent spots and medium-brown speckling and veining that interact to form loosely-grained granite.

Golden River | Country of Origin: India

Golden River is an elegant stone with strong golden red flowing patterns. A characteristic that will be apparent in some slabs is corundum, which is a form of aluminum oxide and in its transparent ruby red state is classified as a gem.

Tan Brown | Country of Origin: India

Tan Brown is a uniform, minimal, yet awe-inspiring stone. Tans, grays, reds and browns form a kaleidoscope of color that unite to form this modest, yet glamorous stone.

Santa Cecilia | Country of Origin: Brazil

The gold tones of Santa Cecilia are very similar to those of New Venetian Gold, although the understated Santa Cecila embodies an earthier, more natural look and feel.

Kashmir White | Country of Origin: India

Waves of soft lavender, grays, garnets and gleaming mica are lost within Kashmir White granite. The light color and subtle veining present in this stone ensure that it will be a classic for many years to come.

Lapidus | Country of Origin: Brazil

Lapidus has a beautiful yellow hue that is omnipresent throughout this majestic stone. Enticing, dark, leopard-like patterns are dispersed across the golden landscape and bring out the stone's distinctive nature. Lapidus, or "stone" in Latin, has a modern connotation related to skillful expertise in working with valuable stone. It may also have some relationship with the Hebrew biblical surname meaning "torches" or "candles"

New Venitian Gold | Country of Origin: Brazil

New Venetian Gold is a breathtaking piece of stone that has a consistent, light, honey-golden tone. Subtle veining and movement add to the intensity and small, beautiful amber, white and black flecks complete the masterpiece.

Portofino Gold | Country of Origin: Brazil

Portofino Gold has a consistent Gold & Brown & White pattern.

Tropical Brown | Country of Origin: Saudi Arabia

The uniform brown shades of Tropic Brown are intensified by glimmering flakes of mica and obsidian that jump out and beautify this simple, yet alluring stone.

Verde Butterfly | Country of Origin: Brazil

Verde Butterfly is a dark, forest-green granite that embodies large, dark, blue-gray crystals that resemble a beautiful butterfly's wings. Quarried near the town of Pavao in Minas Gerais, this stone is has gold veins snaking through that make it a real prize

Calacatta Gold | Country of Origin: Italy

Calacatta Gold, an exclusive marble from Italy, is a creamy white stone with enticing heavy dark grey veins running through it. The occasional gold highlights running through the veins add to the distinctive allure of this stone.

Colonial Cream | Country of Origin: India

Colonial Cream has waves of cream and gold with natural pits & fissures.

Emerald Pearl | Country of Origin: Norway

Emeral Pearl is a green granite slab. It is embedded with deep dark blue crystals and speckled with grey and black.