Egyptian marble 

It was a chosen stone for many found treasures due to its beauty. The Greeks and Romans also used Egyptian marble to create beautiful tile flooring, fountains, and statues. Some of the finest examples of Egyptian marble type work – both white and colored- can be found in the British museum and is a testament to the magnificence of the stone.

Marble is a calcium carbonate rock that has undergone a natural recrystallization process. it is formed by the alteration of other stones under extreme heat and pressure. As a result of this process, new minerals, textures, and structures emerge, resulting in a wide variety of marble kinds.

Egyptian marble colors vary due to different minerals that are present in the stone during the metamorphosis process. it is a limestone: sedimentary rock- that is buried for millions of years in earth’s deep layers.

Through pressure and heat, the metaphoric rock becomes marble that is strong and polished to a beautiful luster. Throughout times and eras, it is widely used in stonemasonry for buildings and statues and has proven itself to be the most majestic and elegant stone for flooring in residential and commercial spaces.

Egyptian marble 28 unique Colors

 Although it is known for its crystal white color such as kolkata marble or carrara marble Egyptian marble is known for its beige and rose colors. They are a specialty of Egypt and generally used to enhance flooring patterns, create a statement of art and beauty to an entry of any space.

This bespoke stone deems itself to be the epitome stone luxury with unique veining and distinguished colors. Egyptian marble work patterns are unique and differ greatly from its counterparts in Italy and other places of the world.

According to many, the beige color, such as the Sunny marble range that vary from light to dark hues of beige, Sinai Pearl marble and the cream tones Galala beige marble, is the last word in elegance by many although colored marble has positioned itself in the hearts of architecture connoisseurs.

Gray marble is used for both indoor and outdoor floorings, and even kitchen countertops – a piece of subdued art generating a calming environment. A popular Egyptian gray marble is the Catrina.

When it comes to home interiors, many people favor the opulence and exquisiteness of Egyptian marble slabs. They are easy to maintain, heat resistant, easy to install and clean, and very durable. it is known to be long lasting, a must for homes and interior designs as they stand for years and decades to come.

Finish and Application

marble in Egypt is a stone of purity and luxury allowing it to be applied for flooring, ceilings, marble countertop kitchen countertops, mosaic tile ,or wall cladding. Egyptian marble tiles are extremely popular and generally seen in hotels, bungalows, commercial buildings, offices, museums, water features ,floor and wall tile and art – owing to its regal charm.

Natural marble stone tiles are also used extensively to beautify atriums, shopping malls, private homes.

High quality Egyptian marble floor tiles ,Egyptian granite and marble paving slabs are all available in customizable dimensions. Each application requires a particular finishing type and needs to be carefully considered to prevent hazardous injuries.

 

At CIDG, Egyptian marble and granite we have the full range of marble colors and types as one of the biggest Egyptian marble supplier with many marble quarry

from gray light gray , beige cream and yellow with unique finishes, such as tumbled marble tiles, honed marble ,antique and polished finish .

it is the best natural stone to be applied as marble counter tops, floor tiles, stairs ,steps marble paving, and can also be used outdoors with suitable finishes, such as tumbled, brushed, and honed. 

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