December 3, 2018

Hunting Beautiful Natural Stone in Brazil

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Last month our company owners, Omer and Simone embarked into an amazing adventure to the lands of South-america with Antolini of Italy, to hand-select stone, because this is the only guaranteed way to find the very best quality and discover stones which are new to the market.
During their trip they visited three of the most exquisite stone quarries in Brazil and one of them owned by Antolini. While Brazil is very famous for its granite slabs and exotic quartzites, several other stone types are also produced there. This time they traveled to the state of Espirito Santo, just north of Rio de Janiero, a famous stone extraction and stone production place. Quarries in this area are spread out in the mountains and can be time consuming and difficult to visit due to the rugged and mountainous terrain. The Very trendy colors in our design industry like Lumix, Calacatta Do Brasil and Taj Mahal Quartzites are found in this areas. At the end the reward of finding new stone is well worth the effort.
June 11, 2020

Product Knowledge: Quartz vs Quartzite

Quartz is often confused with Quartzite, but is there a difference between the two? The major difference is that Quartzite a natural stone and Quartz is engineered material. Lets take a closer look at the pros and cons for both. Quartz is engineered material, it’s fabricated from natural silicon dioxide and synthetic materials. Loose quartz […]

March 1, 2019

ANTOLINI TECH ( Porcelain Slabs)

Although Antolini is worldwide recognized as the greatest in the natural stone world, in 2017 they introduced Antolini Tech to the stone Industry. Antolini Tech is a collection of porcelain slabs that contain the high resolution prints of antolini natural marbles and soft stones throughout the surface to mimic the look of natural stones. Made […]

February 1, 2019


Travertine is formed by calcium-rich spring hot water. The travertine-forming process can happen anywhere that has the combination of hot water and limestone. QUARRIES AND HISTORICAL BACKGROUND Major travertine quarries exist in Turkey, Mexico, China, Peru, and Iran. But Italian travertine may have the most compelling history. Fueled by the same geothermal heat as Mt. […]