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Patagonia granite is a stunning exotic stone from Brazil with unique patchy designs in combination with brown, white translucent, ochre veins and black spots.
Patagonia granite is a stunning exotic stone from Brazil with unique patchy designs. It offers an array of crystals in colours brown, white translucent, ochre veins and black spots. Together with quartzite minerals, the stone forms a distinctive surface that will create the centre of attention in any room. The vast concentrations of pure quartz crystals in spots of Patagonia granite makes its classification vary in between granite and quartzite. Moreover, this depends on both the composition of each block and the country in which the stone is distributed.
Patagonia granite blocks vary significantly. Similarly, Patagonia granite worktops offer distinctions in between yellowy and ivory patches with brown, grey and black intrusions with crystalline latte tones. Backlit applications are achieved with blocks displaying the clearest quartz areas. Together with options in book-matched slabs which can create original designs in bathrooms, kitchen islands or floorings.
Patagonia quartzite is available in slab formats with thicknesses of 20 mm and 30 mm. The dimensions of Patagonia granite slabs are fairly large and can cover areas of up to 6.5 square meters. Another great feature of this Brazilian stone is its ability to be backlit in areas in which its translucent minerals shine through the rest of the slab.
Granite is a magmatic rock which is made out of quartz and feldspar amongst other minerals. It occurs naturally below the earth’s surface over hundreds of thousands of years resulting in an extremely strong material used in the construction of buildings, monuments and paving. Most recently, Patagonia granite has become the material of choice for residential homes as it offers unique and exotic looks, durability, strength and investment value to any property in which it is applied. The lack of calcium in granite ensures the stone does not etch like marble when exposed to acid present in lemons, oranges, etc
Standard thicknesses for granite worktops are 20mm and 30mm. It also features finishes in polished and honed. In addition, special order satin and bush hammered allow you to create almost unlimited design options.