Literally translated as “water of the sea,” aquamarines are mined in Brazil, Colombia, Zambia, Madagascar, Tanzania, and even in the U.S. in Colorado and Wyoming. But it would take an awful lot of mining to create slabs such as this one on display at Marble and Granite, Inc. Crystaline Stone offers the next best thing to authentic gemstones.
"Aquamarine" Crystaline Stone display in our showroom in Westwood, MA
The Gems collection inspires boundless creative opportunities with surfacing that resemble genuine stones like rubies, diamonds, and emeralds. With a process called Inter-Crystaline Technological Coloring, the material uses high temperatures and pressure, combined with specially developed sealants and pigments, to molecularly fuse bold, permanent color throughout the stone. The result is a remarkably durable and colorful material with the same properties and characteristics as the original natural stones (which are typically White Marbles and Grey Granites.) Easier to clean than traditional stone, Crystaline Stone adds an amazing ambiance to any setting—especially when backlit. Light filters through, dances off of and plays with the surface creating a luxuriously breathtaking effect.
Beautiful bathroom accent wall in Aquamarine; photo via Crystaline Stone
Ideal for the architect, designer, or homeowner who’s looking to make a dramatic statement, Crystaline Stone can be made into flooring, wall covering, decorative furniture, fireplaces, bathrooms, kitchen countertops, vanity tops, tables, murals, and more. Its mesmerizing colors are permanent, offering sparkling hues that last a lifetime.
Looking to create a countertop that resembles sapphire or entryway of earthy emerald? Visit Marble and Granite, Inc. to experience our exclusive collection of Crystaline Stone. We’ll help you add a little sparkle to your next project.