- Adrian 04:52PM, Apr 12 2013

Hi Eddie, we don't export our stones, we are a stone fabricator.

  • eddie jomah 06:18PM, Apr 7 2013

    I am looking to export accontener of marble this color giv me aprises

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    - Derek
    02:52PM, Jan 16 2013

    You can still use the Classic White against white cabinets -- this creates an elegant, clean, and crisp "white" kitchen design which is quite popular right now. Another plus is that the Classic White is stronger than regular marble, we have had success with kitchen installations for this stone!

  • Msbaker 04:36AM, Jan 10 2013

    Wow, I love this marble color ! But looking at the photos of this kitchen, they really should have gone with gray or darker cabinets other than WHITE , it would have brought out the marble !

  • chris 07:11PM, Jan 6 2013

    Hi ... I am in the middle of specifying a residential cook's kitchen, and want to use white stone countertops/backsplashs ... love the look, but am hesitant to use a Statuarietto or Carrara marble, due to it's porous/soft nature, and it's tendancy to etch, however cannot find a (durable) granite white enough ... 

    Have zero'd in on Quartzite as a compromise/solution but am a bit confused ... you list the above "Classic White" as "Marble" ... yet it has all the same "Other names" - Luce Di Luna, Branco Classico - and Bianca QUARTZITE your "Classic White Lunar" QUARTZITE, which is found in your Quartzite section, and labeld as Quartzite ... 

    Is this Classic White #1623 Quartzite ... or is it Marble? ... and how does it differ from the Classic White Lunar" Quartzite # 1546 in composition? 

    I am all set to place my order, but stopped in confusion of terms ... please help ...
    Thanks,
    Chris

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    - Derek
    04:13PM, Dec 7 2012

    Hi Joanne. Marble is an appropriate material for a fireplace hearth. Marble is a beautiful and elegant stone, full of veins and character and capable of taking a high polish. Marble has been used for centuries as a building material and as a decorative, sculpting material. Marble fireplace surrounds whether made from one, solid piece of stone, or made up of marble tiles, can enhance any home's decor. Hope this helps!

  • Joanne 06:53PM, Dec 4 2012

    I am redoing my fireplace and am thinking about marble for the hearth.

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    - Derek
    04:32PM, Nov 12 2012

    Hello. Well, the Classic White featured on this page would be an elegant contrast against a dark espresso wood cabinet. Some other colors to offset your cabinet shade nicely could be Sunset Ivory, Astoria, Colonial Cream, and Netuno Bordeaux. Hope this helps!

  • Fcavanaugh11 05:59PM, Nov 8 2012

    i have exspesso cab. what do u recamend

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    - Derek
    07:18PM, Aug 8 2012

    Hello. I am aware of the stone you
    are referring to called Luce di Luna and we do not stock it at this time,
    however in the future, who knows? We receive new colors every week and you can
    check out new deliveries on this part of our website: www.Marmidicarrara.com
    /blog
    The
    stone that you received at our location is probably the Classic White featured
    on this page. We have had a level of success installing this color in kitchen
    countertops without any major issues that I would be aware of. The sealer makes
    ALL the difference and an unsealed, untreated light stone such as the Classic
    White WILL stain when a staining agent is applied to the surface. I recommend
    to acquire another sample, seal it, and then try to stain it again. In this
    case the stone should pretty much not stain at all unless you leave the
    staining agent on the surface for a long period of all time (you should wipe up
    spills for all natural stone immediately, never leave spills overnight). The
    sealer will "impregnate" the surface of the stone and create a
    protective shield to make the stone stain resistant. To learn how to properly
    seal natural stone countertops you can watch this video:  http://www.Marmidicarrara.com
    /video/gr...
     and I recommend to purchase and use the following
    sealer for Classic White:  http://www.mrstone.com/stone-c... In regard to the etching / scratching, this cannot be
    avoided with a stone such as this except for being careful and perhaps having
    the surface "honed" during fabrication for a non-polished, matte
    finish. This surface finish will minimize the visibility of any etch marks on
    the counters. If you want us to send you a sample, please go to your carrier's website
    such as fedex.com or ups.com and create prepaid shipping label directed to your
    address from our company. Package 10x10x3 inch, weight 5lbs. Send the label to sales@Marmidicarrara.com
     with sample request along with a note to SEAL the sample for you. Let me know how everything turns out. Hope this helps!

  • Bukblo 07:08AM, Aug 3 2012

    Hi  I visited the Ridgefield showroom on Thursday and viewed the four lots of white quartzite.  I originally came in looking for luce di luna and your salesman told me what you carried was the same.  He did not give me any names but they did not have the horizontal veining of typical luce di luna.  Do you plan on getting this stone at any point in the future?  In any event, I did like 2 of the lots of other white quartzite I saw today but was not happy with porosity and absorption issues when I came home.  Both samples stained within minutes unfortunately and also scratched easily.  I cannot believe these would be recommended for kitchen use?  Does the sealer make that much of a difference?  If so, would you be able to send me a sealed sample that I can test as I drove in from Long Island (in Suffolk County),  Thanks

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    - Derek
    03:41PM, Jul 26 2012

    Yes, it most certainly is. Make sure to seal the stone with a non-toxic, food-safe sealer. 

  • Pizzaman 10:57PM, Jul 23 2012

    Hi
    which marble stone is suitable for rolling dough in a commercial kitchen?
    I plan to buy a 60"X24" slab to put on a table for rolling pizza dough 

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    - Derek
    12:35PM, Jul 23 2012

    Hello. We have Classic White in-stock at both of our NJ locations but this material is popular and is sold quite fast therefore the inventory level is always changing.

  • Dagot 12:40PM, Jul 17 2012

    Do you currently have Classic White in stock at South Plainfield or Ridgefield Park?  I previously had sample 115R from the lot.

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    - Derek
    05:47PM, Jun 8 2012

    Unfortunately you're outside of our area of service. You can fill out an estimate request here: www.Marmidicarrara.com
    /estimate
    and an affiliated fabricator in your area may contact you. Good luck!

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    - Derek
    05:45PM, Jun 8 2012

    The Classic White is standard thickness 1 1/4".

  • Mgarff 06:53PM, Jun 5 2012

    Do you have a store in the Los Angeles area?

  • Rose 02:12PM, Jun 4 2012

    How thick is this marble?

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    - Kinga
    04:43PM, May 15 2012

    The Classic White has a bright white background with light grey linear veins running through the entire stone. The Classic White Lunar has gray undertones and occasional deep gray veins throughout the stone as well.  In general, the Lunar is darker than the Classic White.

  • Eric 08:48PM, May 11 2012

    Is there a difference between Classic White and Classic White Lunar?

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    - Kinga
    07:35PM, May 11 2012

    The sample you have is called Classic White Lunar. Our stone called Moon Night is also known as Super White. Good luck!

  • Eric 06:08PM, May 11 2012

    I got a sample from S. Plainfield a few days ago - it was numbered 3801. Is that the same as Super White, or do I have a different sample?

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    - Kinga
    08:18PM, Apr 13 2012

     You can always test a sample of the stone. Spill wine, orange juice, tomato sauce and so on to see and understand how the stone will react with different spills and how long it will take for it to stain or etch. Good luck!

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    - Derek
    03:27PM, Apr 13 2012

    We cannot guarantee that the stone will not etch, because it's a natural stone. I recommend to have the surface honed to minimize the risk of etching and to acquire a sample to see how it looks.

  • AllyMcWeb 10:37PM, Apr 12 2012

    By etching I mean reacting instantly with acids like wine. I haven't found them to be staining or scratching at all.

  • AllyMcWeb 10:29PM, Apr 12 2012

    Do you have any Classic White Quartzite slabs that you know for sure are not etching? If it exists, I would love to find it.

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    - Derek
    04:29PM, Feb 14 2012 Classic White has been called Bianca Quartzite in other places, and yes we have this stone in-stock at our Ridgefield Park, NJ and South Plainfield, NJ locations.
  • Danyale717 04:00AM, Feb 11 2012 Do you have any Bianca quartzite? It looks like the pictures you have posted. If so what is the price for sq foot. Im located in NJ.
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    - Derek
    07:47PM, Jan 20 2012 At the moment, we have Classic White in-stock at our Ridgefield Park, NJ and South Plainfield, NJ locations. It is a popular stone and we're trying our best to receive new deliveries as much as possible.
  • Knainfantino 09:32PM, Jan 19 2012 Hi - do you have any slabs or samples of the Classic white in your Deer Park NY location - I am looking to do something close to a carrera or aqua marble that is a bit more durable....Thanks
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    - Kinga
    02:48PM, Jan 19 2012 Yes we do! Come on in with your layout and measurements for an instant quote and to view this wonderful stone!
  • Ssullivan7696 03:32AM, Jan 19 2012 Do you have the classic white available in Danbury
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    - Derek
    03:02PM, Jan 11 2012 The Classic White will not etch as much as marble, but it's not as durable as granite. The proper classification for the stone itself, is that it's a Quartzite. It's quite dense but will stain if not sealed often (every six months or so). It's good that you've tested out the sample yourself to see how the stone reacts, many clients purchase the stone without doing the proper research and sometimes they are disappointed. What I can say is that we install the Classic White in kitchens all the time and it's an extremely popular stone and the clients tell us that it's the closest white-marble looking stone to real granite in terms of durability and maintenance.
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    - Kinga
    02:00PM, Jan 10 2012 Samples are a great way to test the durability and stain resistance before you purchase your countertop. I’ve heard mixed opinions from customers on the durability. Some people have absolutely no problems with scratching and staining while others are just the opposite. Classic White requires more maintenance such as thorough, daily cleaning and re-sealing every several months. Sealing is a simple process, however. You can purchase a sealer from MrStone.com, spray- wait 10 to 15 minutes and wipe; that’s all! If you are after that wonderful marble look, Classic White is a great option. But if you need something more durable, darker stones are denser which means less maintenance. Hope this helps!
  • Leahrieder 01:25AM, Jan 10 2012 i"m trying to determine the durability of the classic white. I took a sample home from your showroom and cut on it with a knife. Your sales rep told me its as durable as granite and you can cut on it when I did the sample scratched badly!
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    - Derek
    06:14PM, Dec 8 2011 It's actually neither. The stone itself is classified as granite for identification purposes, as it has a similar durability to granite. The Classic White however is a natural quartzite. I recommend for you to acquire a sample and test it out yourself by placing yellow turmeric powder on the sample for some time then wiping it off to see if it stains. Remember that the stone must be sealed to be stain resistant.
  • Dhanashree Vaidya 08:52AM, Dec 5 2011 Plz let me know classic white is granite or marble or somthing else and how do you recommend it for Indian Cooking which involves yellow termeric powder (regarding stains)
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    - Derek
    06:38PM, Dec 1 2011 Do you mean a 13 foot run in length by 3 feet in width?
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    - Derek
    06:33PM, Dec 1 2011 We do not recommend to use the Classic White anywhere outside, as it's not as durable as standard granite.
  • Kokopop1 03:52PM, Dec 1 2011 Thanks Derek . Do you have enough to cover a 13 by 3?
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    - Derek
    02:52PM, Dec 1 2011 At the moment, we have Classic White in-stock at our Ridgefield Park NJ, South Plainfield NJ and Deer Park NY locations: www.Marmidicarrara.com
    /locations
    It's currently a popular stone so our stock depletes fast although we are constantly receiving new deliveries.
  • Eml2th-09 06:26AM, Dec 1 2011 Is this suitable for use on external facade and carved for classical mouldings
  • Jcoury 09:28PM, Nov 27 2011 Do you have 1623 in stock and in what location. I need a 13 by 3.

    John
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    - Derek
    06:58PM, Nov 23 2011 What is the application for the stone? Will it be a countertop for a kitchen or bathroom?
  • Sally 04:01AM, Nov 20 2011 Do you have any white stone with any brown/beige or gold lines throughout?
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    - Derek
    05:32PM, Nov 10 2011 We have Classic White available at our Ridgefield Park, NJ facility. Come visit and view the full slabs! You can also take free samples home with you.
  • Michaelsciaretta 06:39PM, Nov 7 2011 Do you have classic white internet id #936 currently available in your new jersey locations?
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    - Derek
    06:47PM, Oct 18 2011 While Montclair Danby is marble, it's less porous than the average white marble. If you were to used it as a kitchen countertop, having a honed surface is a must. Also resealing the stone every six months to keep it stain resistant. There is no rule that says you cannot hope marble for a kitchen countertop, although it's a fact that it will age faster than granite and requires more maintenance. For pricing comparisons, you must contact the sales office. Hope this helps.
  • Elke 04:14AM, Oct 16 2011 I'm not crazy about white fantasy, I don't like the look as much as Classic White. Someone by you suggested going with montclair danby- I like the look of the stone but its marble, not granite. Isn't that more porous and requires more maintenance and sealing to prevent chips and staining? How would you compare the Classic White to the Montclair Danby in durability and price?
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    - Derek
    07:07PM, Oct 12 2011 Check out White Fantasy -- it's closer to a granite and my database tells me that we have some slabs that are 122" in length at our Ridgefield Park, NJ location.
  • Elke 05:03PM, Oct 12 2011 I am looking for a stone that has the look similar to Carrera Marble but more durable and less porous...
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    - Derek
    02:34PM, Oct 11 2011 Are you looking for specifically Classic White, or other options may also interest you? Because we have stones that are longer than 120", just not Classic White.
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    - Kinga
    09:57PM, Oct 10 2011 The longest Classic White which is located in our Ridgefield Park, NJ facility is only 113” long. Slabs vary from 70” to 139” depending on the stone and shipment. Please note we do not sell full slabs as we are a fabricator.
  • Elke 02:15PM, Oct 10 2011 I'm looking for a slab of 120"- is that something you can get? Thanks.
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    - Derek
    08:54PM, Oct 5 2011 We do not have Classic White available in Danbury at the moment. It's in-stock in both of our New Jersey and Deer Park, NJ locations: www.Marmidicarrara.com
    /locations
  • Jfang100 08:31PM, Oct 5 2011 do you have classic white slab in stock in Danbury, CT?
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    - Derek
    07:40PM, Sep 28 2011 Come to one of our New Jersey locations and take a look yourself. We're getting new deliveries frequently of this popular and timeless stone. Some slabs are more muted than others.
  • Lisaschuster 09:19PM, Sep 27 2011 looking for a few slabs with very little movement.  like a quieter look.  any like this at any of the locations?
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    - Derek
    02:06PM, Sep 16 2011 We have Classic White in-stock at our Ridgefield Park, NJ location, come visit and take a look! It's in Double Silver and Single Gold price categories.
  • Jtoy 09:47PM, Sep 15 2011 Which price group is ID: 936 in and is it at the Ridgefield park location?  Thanks!
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    - Kinga
    09:44PM, Aug 23 2011 Unfortunately, we do not service California. However, you can complete an online estimate request and you will receive pricing information from selected fabricators from your local area.  http://www.Marmidicarrara.com
    /estimate
  • glory 02:06PM, Aug 20 2011 I like the classic white, do you have inventory in the southern california area?  Los Angeles?
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    - Derek
    12:50PM, Aug 11 2011 Depending on the batch, it may have some soft and occasional streaks of beige/creme, you must look at the slabs in-person. Classic White is a popular stone because it matches the durability of a true granite in a kitchen application, so it's a solid choice.
  • Bonniecoop9 08:12AM, Aug 10 2011 Does Classic White ever have some streaks of beige?Am thinking of using this with white lacquer cabinets and limestone floors. What do you think?
    Any other suggestions for kitchen counters.mainly white?Am not averse to marble but prefer durability of granite.
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    - Derek
    09:28PM, Aug 1 2011 The Classic White is a 'hot' buy because of it's strength and durability while it compares closely in look to traditional marble. Our NJ locations usually receive the new deliveries of this stone at this moment.
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    - Kinga
    03:53PM, Aug 1 2011 Unfortunately, the Deer Park location does not carry this stone. However, the Ridgefield Park location does have this stone in stock. For pricing and availability, please contact that location directly. http://www.Marmidicarrara.com
    /contact
  • Edwardmcnally212 03:29AM, Aug 1 2011 Having seen some earlier comments, hoping that your LI store may now carry this stone?
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    - Derek
    01:11PM, Jul 29 2011 Take a look at Elegant Brown. We don't have a large quartzite selection, there are more choices in granite.
  • Aliciaot 04:41PM, Jul 28 2011 Do you have any other quartzite materials? I am looking for a white quartzite with more beige/gold veining.......Such as sky gold or Mont blanc
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    - Kinga
    04:33PM, Jul 14 2011 Absolutely! The Ridgefield Park, NJ location would service your area.
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    - Derek
    02:04PM, Jul 14 2011 Yes, we service all of NYC.
  • Axakaxa 11:59PM, Jul 13 2011 do you service brooklyn NY?
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    - Derek
    01:54PM, Jul 11 2011 Yes, our South Plainfield, NJ facility will be happy to service you, come visit!
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    - Kinga
    08:02PM, Jul 8 2011 Please contact the South Plainfield, NJ location for service information. http://www.Marmidicarrara.com
    /location...
  • me 01:53AM, Jul 8 2011 do you service long beach island, nj?  zip code, 08008.
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    - Derek
    01:32PM, Jun 15 2011 At this moment, Classic White is only available at our New Jersey locations.
  • Ckoltko 11:20PM, Jun 14 2011 hi,

    Do you have classic white available in your PA location... like in frame 1430 bottom picture? Thanks
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    - Derek
    01:49PM, Jun 13 2011 We have Classic White available in-stock at our Ridgefield Park NJ and South Plainfield NJ locations. Come visit and take a look!
  • Rkyhsregistrar 05:22AM, Jun 12 2011 Hi, this is lovely! Do you still have slabs in stock?
  • Marmi di Carrara 11:43AM, Jun 6 2011 Yes, we have Classic White in-stock at both of our New Jersey locations.
  • JimM 12:15AM, Jun 6 2011 Hi. I love the Classic White, do you have any in NJ?
  • MBLil 09:53PM, May 26 2011 Do you have any Classic White with the horizontal veining such as the stone slabs in ID: 936 in either of your NJ locations currently? Many thanks!
  • Felicia 02:29PM, May 15 2011 Ok. Thanks. I just noticed that you have a stone yard on Long Island as well and that's where I'm located. Do you have any Classic white there that has the more marbley look to it?
  • Felicia 07:39PM, Apr 30 2011 Do you still have a similar type of Classic white like the one featured in the picture (ID 936) above in your NJ warehouse? How does it look honed and will it hold up as well as a kitchen counter as if it is polished?
  • tommyA 10:08PM, Apr 22 2011 when you say its not a true granite, what does that exactly mean, what makes it a true granite?
  • Eleanor windman 07:09AM, Mar 18 2011 Do you have any luca di Luna in stock with a fine horizontal line and if so which showroom...
  • Sharon 07:36PM, Feb 27 2011 Hi, we are interested in ID # 936 Classic White Granite. I am assuming that this is the slab ID? We wanted to know if the line running from bottomright of the image all the way to topmiddle is a scuff mark from harvesting or is it part of the stone? We live in upstate NY and are very interested in this slab if availible and the line is NOT part of the stone. Thanks for your time.
  • Shane 10:17PM, Jan 30 2011 Love this color and the veins that are running thru it. Would this be suitable for a wine bar. Naturally it would stain with age and use. But how would it hold up? I have a shelf that runs 17 feet along a wall. So, 204 inches of Granite is a bunch. Could it be sectioned off in several pieces and fastened on an existing ledge? Or would it have to be reinforced due to the weight? The width can vary 13" -16" is plenty. Shoot me an email. I would like to discuss prices. My place is in NYC so it might be out of your area. thanks shane
  • Sabrina 02:07PM, Jan 22 2011 what is the installed cost for this for kitchen counters per linear foot?
  • robert 03:04PM, Oct 18 2010 hi...for kitchen countertops i love the look of danby white marble, but granite is softer and this marble is very expensive. which granite is closest in look: very white with light grey vein patterns?
  • Beverly Pasquini 12:48PM, Sep 24 2010 I have knotty pine cabinets with ss appliances and wide board pine floors in a lg. 14x28 kitchen. Was thinking of classic white for counter tops or kashmir gold, colonial cream? I am looking for a french country look! What are your thoughts?? I forgot to mention lots of wood in kitchen, ceiling(high), wainscoting, window trim. white walls.
  • stacey 12:35PM, Sep 3 2010 Id 96 appears very whites and different from the rest. is this in plainfieldl? I am looking for a very white slab if possible.
  • stacey 09:21AM, Sep 3 2010 is this still in stock?
  • geri 02:59PM, Aug 7 2010 Do you carry classic white in tiles 18 X18 or other sizes? Thanks.
  • kagb 06:56PM, Jul 29 2010 do you have slabs of this in stock? thanks.
  • Pamela 09:02PM, Jun 30 2010 what color Cabinets and flooring would you recommend with 771 classic white granite in a small kitchen
  • Christine 11:16PM, Jun 2 2010 I am desperately searching for this granite (classic white id#771) in the san francisco/bay area. Would you know who would be selling this granite out in San Francisco, CA or neighboring cities
  • Vivian 04:42PM, May 13 2010 Hi. Do you have slabs of this in stock? Thanks
  • nsa107 03:28PM, Dec 12 2009 Also - is this available in your Plainfield,NJ location? I am looking to get it for a kitchen. Thanks!
  • Susan 10:59PM, Nov 9 2009 I see that you say that classic white is also called Luca de Luna. I have seen this in a Trends kitchen magazine issue with very clear vertical veining. Have you seen this granite that way? I need 2-3 slabs of this granite. And what is the cost in your categories?
  • Lee Ann 10:57PM, Oct 27 2009 Any chance these slabs are still available? I could REALLY use them ! Please let me know and.. THANKS
  • Erin 03:00PM, Aug 25 2009 Greetings. I need two slabs of Classic White quartzite (also sometimes called Luce di Luna). 80 square feet of stone. Is this it? These slabs look clean and uncluttered -- just what I need. Please contact me if you can supply this in the next three weeks. I'm located in downtown Brooklyn. Thank you!
  • Kat 02:21PM, Aug 13 2009 Do you ship out to all US states?
  • Jayne Hendershaw 03:03PM, Aug 10 2009 I am interested in your classic white granite. Is it granite or marble? How much is it a square foot?