Statuario marble is a white marble from Italy .Proposed uses: Building stone,countertops, sinks, sills, ornamental stone, interior, exterrior, wall, floor etc.
Italian statuario marble
Xiamen Stone Forest Co.Ltd,
2600 kgs/ m³
free sample, but freight you can pay back
30% by T/T in advance, balance by T/T before shipment
Italian statuario marble countertops
25 1/2"X96", 26"X96", , 261/2"X108",,28"X108"etc.
1. 2cm (3/4") or 3cm(1 1/4")，
Polished, eased, bevel, bullnose, miter joint etc.
One/Without 4'' back splash. One/Two/Without 4'' side splash
1.without sink cut out 2.retangular sink cut out 3.oval sink cut out etc.
Foam inside + strong wooden crates with reinforced straps outside and fumigation
About 7-10 days after receiving 30% advance payment
Packing & Container Loading
Wooden Crate Outside and Foam Protection Inside.
1. Is marble a good countertop?
The pros and cons of marble counters. ... Granite (the other top countertop material) is not as durable as quartz, but is still more stain and scratch resistant than marble. Marble is porous – allowing oils and stains to seep into the stone – and softer than granite or quartz, allowing scratches and chips.
2. Where is granite imported from?
Granite, Marble, and other types of natural stone, are mined in huge quarries all over the world. The majority of natural stone is imported from Brazil, Italy, Spain, and China. Brazil is known for its granite quarries, while Italy produces a majority of marble and onyx.