Quartzite

Quartzite Ocean Blue
Quartzite Ocean Blue
Quartzite Cristallo
Quartzite Cristallo
Quartzite Crytos Quartzite
Quartzite Crytos Quartzite
Quartzite WHITE MACUBA
Quartzite WHITE MACUBA
Quartzite Sea Pearl 1
Quartzite Sea Pearl 1
Quartzite Palomino
Quartzite Palomino
Quartzite Negro Picasso
Quartzite Negro Picasso
Quartzite Madre Perola 3
Quartzite Madre Perola 3
Quartzite Invictus 1
Quartzite Invictus 1
Quartzite Illusion
Quartzite Illusion
Quartzite Iceberg Blue
Quartzite Iceberg Blue
Quartzite Iberre Avalanche 1
Quartzite Iberre Avalanche 1
Quartzite Fusion3
Quartzite Fusion3
Quartzite Foliage1
Quartzite Foliage1
Quartzite Elegant Brown Leather 2
Quartzite Elegant Brown Leather 2
Quartzite Cristalo 3
Quartzite Cristalo 3
Quartzite AquarellaM
Quartzite AquarellaM
Ocean-Blue
Cristallo
Crytos-Quartzite
WHITE-MACUBA
Sea-Pearl-1
Palomino
Negro-Picasso
Madre-Perola-3
Invictus-1
Illusion
Iceberg-Blue
Iberre-Avalanche-1
Fusion3
Foliage1
Elegant-Brown-Leather-2
Cristalo-3
AquarellaM
 
Ocean-Blue
Ocean-Blue
Cristallo
Cristallo
Crytos-Quartzite
Crytos-Quartzite
WHITE-MACUBA
WHITE-MACUBA
Sea-Pearl-1
Sea-Pearl-1
Palomino
Palomino
Negro-Picasso
Negro-Picasso
Madre-Perola-3
Madre-Perola-3
Invictus-1
Invictus-1
Illusion
Illusion
Iceberg-Blue
Iceberg-Blue
Iberre-Avalanche-1
Iberre-Avalanche-1
Fusion3
Fusion3
Foliage1
Foliage1
Elegant-Brown-Leather-2
Elegant-Brown-Leather-2
Cristalo-3
Cristalo-3
AquarellaM
AquarellaM
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Quartzite Collection

Hard metamorphic (changing) sandstone rock that is heated with quartz pieces recrystallized to produce a look that looks more like a painting than a pattern. 90% comprised of Quartz, Quartzite is often found in hills, mountain ranges and rocky coastlines.

Core Characteristics

Typically lighter, veiny movement, Quartzite is often described as having the look of marble but the density and durability of granite. Quartzite’s got the best of both worlds. In fact, quartzite is so dense, it’s often more challenging to fabricate.

A Class of Its Own

Sealing quartzite isn’t mandatory as it is with the other stones, because it is less porous. It is so thick, it must be taken from the Earth’s surface, rather than mined underground.

Most Select Setting

With a combination of colors so dynamic to the untrained eye, restaurants have frequently enjoyed the benefits of Quartzite as a decorative layer. Quartzite also populates more high kitchen counter tops and Bar-B-Ques projecting a flashy look that isn’t over the top. In other words, décor + decorum = Quartzite

Fun Fact

Quartzite is so durable it is often used as bedding around a railroad track.