Origin: Tamil Nadu (India).

Appearance: Granulate consisting of 60% white-ivory  feldspar and 30% transparent quartz.  The crystals are normally fine and have a green shade (occasionally dark red). Residues of brown biotite, blue-green chlorite and blue corderite can appear.

Properties: Colour variations may occur. Kashmir White is very sensitive to wet conditions. It is recommended to seal this stone to extend its longevity. This granite is not frost resistant.

Use: Due to its excellent wear resistance (class 5), this natural stone is suitable for floor, wall, kitchen worktops and other bespoke stonework in both private and commercial environments with moderate and intensive traffic.

Formats: Tiles, slabs and cut-to-size.

Finishes: Polished and honed.