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Granite Colors,  Availability & Relative Pricing

We have access to a variety of granite colors quarried all over the United States and all over the world.

Our granite colors are presented on this page in order of increasing price, starting with gray granite, our most economically priced granite, sourced in Elberton, Georgia and ending with our most expensive granite, Blue Pearl, imported from Norway. 

If there is a granite color you are looking for that you do not see on our website, please let us know which color it is and there's a very good chance we can provide that to you.
 

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GRANITE COLORS

ABLE BLUE/GRAY GRANITE

ELBERTON, GEORGIA

Able Blue, our quarry's name for Georgia Gray Granite, is one of the most economical granites to quarry and produce. This blue/gray stone is widely used throughout the U.S. and is the most common granite used for monuments.

Mt. Peace Cemetery Upright Headstone

Gray/Silver Cloud

ELBERTON, GEORGIA

Gray/Silver Cloud is another economical gray granite quarried out of Elberton, Georgia. Known for it's marbling of variegated gray & white elements, no two pieces of this granite color are identical.

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NORTH AMERICAN PINK or MORNING ROSE

Canada

This is a competitively priced, medium grained, rose colored granite.

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DAKOTA MAHOGANY & CANADIAN MAHOGANY

South Dakota & Canada

Dakota Mahogany - also known as Rushmore Mahogany - is a dark brown granite subject to some variegation. Contains varied hues of maroon and rose. This is a high-contrast granite stone great for carving and lettering.

Canadian Mahogany - also known as North Mahogany, has a similar graining pattern as Dakota Mahogany but is lighter in appearance

 

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Variegated Black Granite

US & South Africa

We have access to two distinct types of mixed black granite:

Black Swirl

 

Defining Characteristics: black granite with streaks and swirls of white throughout, no two cuts of granite will be the same

Quarry Location: Eastern US

Common Names: American Black, Starlight Mist, Jet Mist

 

 

Black Pepper

 

Defining Characteristics: black granite with white and gray specs in a consistent pattern throughout

 

Quarry Location: South Africa

Common Names: Celestial Black, Flash Black, Eagle Black

 

 

COLORADO RED & MISSOURI RED

Colorado, Missouri

The few domestic red granites. Colorado Red is a fine grain granite with a good contrast, but is virtually impossible to get without some variegation. Missouri Red was first used to pave the streets of downtown St. Louis. It is a beautifully marbled, pale red color which blends well with any pastoral surrounding. These two red granites are produced in more limited quantities, and may take a month or two longer to get installed.

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JET BLACK

Southern Africa & India

This is a solid black granite with a uniform grain and mirror-like gloss when polished. This stone is excellent for etching and sandblasting

Double Wing African Jet Black Greenwood Cemetery

Blue Pearl

Norway

Unique blue granite with flecks of silver & gray

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Paradisio, Bahama Blue, Butterfly Blue

India & China
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CHEROKEE MARBLE

Tate, Georiga

This material is white with grey veining and highly variegated

Cherokee Marble Upright Monument Ledger Palm Cemetery
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