As the name implies, Sapphire is a saturated shade of blue.
Like the blue gem and it's origins from India, hints of blue speckle the stones surface.
A favorite for countertops with its complimenting color contrast.
Granite countertops are made from volcanic rock or igneous rock produced from molten rock, which has cooled.
The size of grains and crystals of the minerals of the rock, which make up the rock, is usually determined by the pressure, temperature and speed of the cooling process.
Some of the minerals found in true granite are feldspar, very hard quartz, and minerals, which are not as hard as mica to help in beautifying the surface of the stone.
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Please note that the color/shade of the material shown will vary significantly based on individual monitor settings, resolution, room lighting and Camera used.
The Solid Wood Cabinet Company recommends using pictures primarily to visualize the movements, patterns, veining, grain structure, blotches and other prominent characteristics of the material.
Do not make color/shade decisions based solely on the pictures.
In most cases, the picture represents one slab in the bundle and actual material may vary from the picture.
Natural stone is a product of nature and subject to variations in veining, color, and patterns.
Sizes shown above are approximate and subject to actual size measurement at the time of shipment.
Natural stone colors often have several industry names for the same color.
The name displayed does not necessarily represent the only industry name for a particular color and does not necessarily represent the actual colors prominent in the material.