How to Find Best Quality Italian Marble for Flooring

Italian Marble are highly durable and have a long life. These marble’s raw stones are imported from Italy in India and have high demand around the world. These marble stones are really very good. The most famous type of marble is Perlato, Dyna, and beige marble.

Italian Marble is a beautiful natural stone and is still the most preferred flooring material for Indian homes compared to other factory-made materials such as vitrified or porcelain tiles. Numerous varieties of both Indian marble and Italian marble are readily available in different colors and vein patterns. If you are planning to use marble for your home and haven’t yet decided whether to go with Indian marble or Italian marble, this article can help you make up your mind.

Italian Marble is the brand name under BHANDARIMARBLEGROUP From the humble beginning 387 years ago, BHANDARIMARBLEGROUP Marble has come a long way having carved its rightful place in the stone industry and revolutionized the functioning of marble industry in India. At a time when other companies were importing polished marble slabs in India from abroad, BHANDARIMARBLEGROUP of the Group was the first to directly import the Marble Blocks from quarries all over the world. Besides Marble Blocks, the company has also been importing selected and finest Granite, Marble, Travertine, Onyx, and artificial stones, etc

ITALIAN MARBLE

BHANDARI MARBLE GROUP is the best Italian Marble supplier in India which provides Italian Marble, marble slabs with assured quality, and the best price in the market. BHANDARI MARBLE GROUP is one of the leaders in supplying and manufacturing Italian marble in India. The company produces multiple designs, colors, and sizes of this product. The market prices of Italian Marbles price vary according to their quality and intensity, but BHANDARI MARBLE GROUP

THE PIONEER GROUP OF ITALIAN MARBLE

Promises to deliver the best products that are obtained from some of the finest resources in the world.

BHANDARI MARBLE GROUP

Italian marbles are the best and premium quality marbles that are considered to be the perfect choices for the flooring of your house and office and to add more shine and elegance to your floor. Italian marbles come in different sizes and varied thicknesses. This graciously polished marbles have classic textures and are available in the market at slightly higher prices than the normal ones.

Just like onyx marbles, they are also used for flooring and are available in slab form. Italian marbles are highly durable and have a beautiful Appearance. They have beautiful finishes that add more gloss to their overall appearance.

Italian Marble gives a vibrant appearance to the house floor, walls, Kitchen, rooms, and bathroom with its beautiful color, attractive luster, and shades. Because of its elegant appearance, it is commonly used for decorations in hotels, offices of various MNCs, restaurants, resorts, shopping malls, schools, houses, and other luxury places.

BHANDARI MARBLE GROUP

Italian marbles are highly durable and have a long-lasting appearance. The raw materials required for manufacturing Italian marbles are imported from Italy and has high demand around the world. These marble stones can be customized in the form of slabs and tiles. They have a smooth surface like onyx marbles and can be used in manufacturing countertops, walls, and floors. They have a high demand around the world and are obtained from the most premium quarries around the world. The Italian marble that we offer is widely appreciated for providing high luster and visual appeal to the area. They have a unique pattern and unmarked look and varies in thickness between 15-20 mm. Italian Marble price may vary according to its quality and color, but we promise our Imported/Italian Marble Flawless look Used for flooring.

TYPES OF ITALIAN MARBLE:

Antique Beige

Australian White Marble

Green Onyx Marble

Black Marquina

Blue Pearl Granite

Bottochino Marble

Bottochino Classico Marble

Bottochino Firroto Marble

Carrara Marble

Crema Marfil

Crema Flurry

Diana Royal Marble

Dark Beige Travertine

Dark Emperador

Red Verona Marble

ITALIAN MARBLE

Italian marble is considered to be superior by many due to its purity, durability, and beautiful white color. The fact that many buildings, sculptures, and other works of art made centuries ago out of Carrara marble still exist today is considered a testament to its longevity.

BHANDARI MARBLE GROUP THE PIONEER GROUP OF ITALIAN MARBLE IN INDIA

Marble is basically crystallized limestone. When limestone is met with high temperature and great pressure, large crystals form and bind together to create marble a metamorphic rock. The intense heat destroys most of the impurities once found in the stone. Left behind are large sections of white marble with varied colored veins running through it. The color and boldness of the veins vary with the amount and type of minerals that are present in the limestone. This naturally varies based on the location of the marble, making every marble slab completely unique.

Another reason that Italian marble is thought to be superior comes simply from the rich stone working heritage of Italy. They were the first to streamline and perfect quarrying methods still used today. The Italian has set very high standards for quality control and do everything with precision. In fact, Italian is still thought of as some of the most skilled cutters and carvers in the stone world today.

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Let’s look at Carrara marble, for example. Since it comes from only one quarry in the world located in Tuscany, it’s in very high demand. This makes the price of Carrara marble higher than other marble types on the market. But be aware that since this marble is rare, it is also often duplicated, without the end-users knowledge.

Sometimes slabs will be cut and tagged as “Italian” when they may have been quarried in countries like China or Vietnam, then shipped to Italy for cutting and exported to the U.S. for distribution. The term “Carrara marble” should literally mean that the marble was quarried from Italy’s Carrara region not just that it was cut there. So when you’re shopping, be sure you ask a lot of questions to confirm that you’re actually getting what you’re paying for.

Here at Marble & Granite, Inc. we have a very large selection of Italian marble in stock. Our experienced team of stone professionals can show you the differences between authentic Italian marble and other choices. And you can rely on us to always be forthcoming and specific about where your marble was quarried.

BHANDARI MARBLE GROUP

Bhandari Marble Group is a top marble supplier and manufacturers in India. We offer an extensive range of Italian marble designs at the best price in India. Best Italian marble suppliers which provide latest marble slabs, blue pearl marble, Italian Marble Flooring, black pearl marble, Italian Statuario marble. We are supplier, manufacturer, and importer of Italian marble and Indian marble and granites. We have a good price range and types of marble

BOTTOCHINO MARBLE

Product Details:

Bottochino Marble is the premium quality imported Italian Marble. It has beautiful colors and patterns with amazing shine. Exclusive Bottochino Marble is recommended for flooring. When place in the right direction, they make beautiful patterns.

Bottochino Marble, a splendid Italian marble suitable for interior designs and exterior applications for traditional style projects also with a classical look. The marble Bottocino has a natural beige color with unique brown veins.

Find here online price details of companies selling Italian Marble. Get info of Bottocino Marble

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Approx Price:  150-300 / Square Feet

Minimum Order Quantity: 1000 Square Feet

GST 18%, Packing, Loading, and Delivery charges extra…

Rating:  5 Stars

FEATURES

Imported Marble

Used for flooring and countertops

Beautiful Appearance

SPECIFICATIONS

Thickness 15-20mm

Available in slab form

Polished

DYNA MARBLE

Dyna is beige color marble with thin & thick brown veins pattern. This is one of the most popular Italian marble for flooring in India. This pattern is also available & in all sizes.

Approx Price: 200-350 / Square Feet

Minimum Order Quantity: 1000 Square Feet

GST 18%, Packing, Loading, and Delivery charges extra…

FEATURES

Used for flooring

Available in slab form

Beautiful Appearance

SPECIFICATIONS

Easy Maintenance

Fine Finish

High Durability

BOTTOCHINO CLASSIC

Bottochino Classic Italian Marble Flooring

Bottochino Classic

The marble Bottochino has a natural beige color with unique brown veins. Perfect for outdoor flooring and wall cladding. This marble is quarried in Bottochino town so the name Bottochino comes from the place.

Bottochino Marble is one of the finest and luxurious products.

It is available in Random Slabs sizes of 3’6″ x 7’0″, 4’0″ x 8’0″, 3’0″ x 6’0″

Bottochino Marble is available in 15mm to 18 mm thickness.

Where you can use:

Living Room, Hotel Lobby, Lounges, Counter-tops, Bathrooms

Price: Rs.380/- to Rs.425/- per sq.ft

Grey William Italian Marble Flooring

Grey William

Grey William is marble with full grey & whitish veins, which is imported from Italy and Turkey.

It is available in Random Slabs sizes of 3’6″ x 7’0″, 4’0″ x 8’0″

Grey Williams Marble is available in 15mm to 18 mm thickness.

Where you can use:

The Grey Williams Marble slabs are looks cozy in Living Room, Lobby Area, Bathroom, Wall Cladding.

Price: Italy Imported – Rs.450/- per sq.ft

Turkey Imported – Rs.325/- Per sq.ft

Royal Diana Italian Marble Flooring

Royal Diana

Royal Diana is beige color marble with thin & thick brown veins pattern. This is one of the most popular Italian marble for flooring in India.

This pattern is also available in tile form with the size of 800mm x 1200mm by Kajaria with the name of Royal Dyna

It is available in Random Slabs sizes of 3’6″ x 7’0″, 4’0″ x 8’0″, 3’0″ x 6’0″

Royal Diana Marble is available in 15mm to 18 mm thickness.

Where you can use:

Living room, Bathroom, Bedroom, Entrance area.

Price: Rs.275/- per sq.ft.

Statuario Italian Marble Flooring

Statuario

Statuario is a stone with maximum white color & grey veins. This is one of the most beautiful marble in white color. If you want to give a unique pattern on your floor then Statuario is the option. It adds brightness to your room.

It is available in Random Slabs sizes of 4’0″x 9’0″, 3’6″ x 7’0″, 4’0″ x 8’0″

Statuario Marble is available in 15mm to 18 mm thickness.

Where you can use:

Living Room, Kitchen, Reception, Bedroom, Lobby Area.

Price: Rs.500/- to Rs.3000/- per sq.ft. Depends on the figure

Rosso Verona Italian Marble Flooring

Rosso Verona

The Rosso Verona marble is a red stone with unique brown veins. This rock is perfect for indoor flooring. Rosso Verona is an Italian Marble with red color, which is imported in from Italy and also called as Verona Red Marble.

It is available in Random Slabs size of 3’6″ x 7’0″, 4’0″ x 8’0″

Rosso Verona Marble is available in 15mm to 18 mm thickness.

Where you can use:

The Rosso Verona marble slabs are looks elegant in Bathroom, Lift Area, Reception Area, Wall

WHY ITALIAN MARBLE IS THE FINEST MARBLE IN THE WORLD

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While marble is quarried in many countries around the world including Greece, USA, India, Spain, Romania, China, Sweden, and even Germany, there is one country which is generally considered the home of the most high-grade and luxurious marble available  Italy. It’s certainly the country of origin of the most famous marble but what is it that makes Italian marble so highly-sought after As one of Australia’s leading suppliers of this stunning natural stone, we felt obliged to give some insights on why Italian Marble is in such high demand in Sydney, Melbourne and beyond.

Below are several reasons behind the popularity of this beautiful natural stone:

History: Italian marble is steeped in heritage. It was used by esteemed Renaissance artists including Michelangelo and Donatello, who used marble-like Calcutta and statuario to create some of the world’s most iconic works of art, including the statue of David. Italian marble has been proven to stand the test of time and has stood strong for centuries on many buildings around the world, used both internally and externally.

Heritage: Another reason Italian marble is considered superior is due to the stone working heritage of the Italian people. They were pioneers in perfecting quarrying methods in ancient times, many of which are still used to this day. The Italian people are considered as purveyors of quality in many fields including fashion, cars, and natural stone like marble! They set high standards for quality control and are considered technical experts when it comes to cutting and carving natural stone.

Stone Quality: Italian marble is practically peerless in the natural stone world when it comes to its durability, purity, and beauty. It’s synonymous with luxury, elegance, and sophistication and is seen as a symbol of status in residential and commercial buildings around the world.

So, what is the best type of Italian Marble?

Here at Euro Marble in Sydney, many customers come to us and ask, “Which is the best kind of Italian marble?” However, there are way too many variables involved to have a one size fits all answer to this question. It depends on how much traffic the area will receive, whether they’ll be exposed to spills or excessive heat, used indoors or outdoors, which room they will be used in.

Some of our most popular Italian marbles in-store is Calacatta, Statuario, and Carrara marble. These stones are ideal for indoor applications and are commonly used as kitchen benchtops, splashbacks, and bathroom vanities. Much like all-natural stones, they should all be sealed appropriately and maintained with neutral detergents that are not abrasive to the surface of the stone. We delve in a little deeper below to find out the difference between each of these natural stones.

Carrara Marble

This is the most common type of natural stone that is quarried in the region it is named after, Carrara in Italy. The background color tends to lean towards a grey or blue-grey finish with more fine, linear striations, and generally a softer and subdued look. Carrara is quarried in abundance and is, therefore, the cheapest material of the three and readily available in the market in the slab or cut to size tile format.

Calacatta Marble

The rare and luxurious Calacatta stone is similarly quarried in the Carrara region of Italy, more specifically in the Apuan Mountains. The stone has a lot more variation in color than the Carrara and is characterized by a pure white to a milky white background with dramatic large veins that range in color from gold to brown to grey. The stone has been quarried for centuries and has been featured in some of the world’s finest hotels, restaurants, and residential homes. There are many selections of Calacatta available in stock at Euro Marble and the prices vary greatly depending on the selection chosen.

Statuario Marble

Much like Calacatta & Carrara marble, Statuario is too quarried in the Carrara region of Italy. The stone has a bright white background and thin to thick grey bold veining so there is greater contrast and not much color variation in this stone. The material is similarly priced to Calacatta due to the lack of supply and extremely high demand

Whether you’re an architect, interior designer, luxury builder, or end-user, call Euro Marble or drop into our Sydney showroom today and we’ll happily talk through your needs to identify which type of Italian marble is right for your project.

Mr. Rahul has a passion for aesthetic natural products and in particular, LOVES his stone. He has been Director of the Marble team for many years where he has completed roles in estimating, sales & marketing, and project managing.  His knowledge, along with industry and company experience makes him a true asset to the BHANDARI MARBLE GROUP INDIA RAJASTHAN KISHANGARH.

When it comes to marble, you have two options that are immensely popular in Indian homes. Both Indian marble and Italian marble are amazing choices for your flooring or surface top needs. But how do you pick the right marble that’s perfect for your home and budget

While there’s a lot of info out there and it’s easy to get overwhelmed, here are the basic differences you need to know between Indian and Italian marble.

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Indian marble is quarried extensively in North India. This makes it a cost-effective choice with a wide variety of colors and textures.

On the other hand, Italian marble is quarried in Italy and is now easily available in India as well. It is widely appreciated for its high luster and imparting visual appeal to the area where it’s used.

Popular Types of Indian and Italian Marble

Indian marble: It comes in an astonishing array of colors such as white, pink, yellow, green, red, and black. Some of the popular varieties include:

Lustrous white Makrana marble famously used in the Taj Mahal

High-quality white Ambaji marble from Gujarat

The widely exported Indian green marble

Onyx marble which gets its name from the thick bands of alternating color

Italian marble: Like its Indian counterpart, this comes in a variety of colors and textures. Though there are a few varieties which are instantly recognizable, such as:

The much-valued Statuario marble which is characterized by its white color shot with grey or gold veins

Golden hued Bottochino marble which seems to be lit from within

Light grey Carrara marble which features dispersed, fine, feathery veining

Pricing

Indian marble: While the cost of marble varies from city to city and vendor to vendor, Indian marble starts from as low as ₹50 per sq ft for some varieties of Indian green marble. It goes up to ₹250 per sq ft for other varieties.

Italian marble: Since this is available in a wide variety, prices could range from ₹250 to ₹5,000 per sq ft, and sometimes more.

Laying Cost

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The cost of laying both Indian and Italian marble is almost the same, which is between ₹100-300 per sq ft. Laying marble involves creating a base of cement and river sand before placing the marble slabs and therefore is labor-intensive.

Maintenance Tips

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Sweep regularly to keep away dust and grit

Clean surfaces and floors with a mild detergent solution or a specially formulated marble-cleaning liquid

Rub or mop the floors gently; never scrub

Apply a marble sealer to create a protective barrier

Don’t drag heavy objects over it

Mop up spills, especially acidic liquids like vinegar

Things to watch out for

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Ensure the marble slabs you buy are of the same thickness, ideally 18 mm and not less, else it may crack

Check for cracks and stains

Look at the marble slabs along with the sample pieces to get a rough estimate and avoid wastage

Take into consideration wastage due to breakage during transit

Indian and Italian marble have their pros and cons, as listed above, but it’s best to choose what suits your needs. While building or renovating your home, you may have a particular finish in mind and a budget to follow. By keeping these points in mind, you can easily select the right type of marble for your house.

Both Indian and Italian marble are good options for flooring. You should make a choice depending on your budget and the end purpose. Indian marble is more pocket friendly than Italian marble in the short run and long run as well. But if you want a class appeal for your house, then Italian marble is the only option.

ITALIAN MARBLE COST IS HIGHER THAN REGULAR MARBLE

Making Sense of the Relatively High Cost of an Authentic Italian Marble

Italian marble is for people who prefer to own the best things in life. One thing which puzzles a lot of people is the difference in prices between Italian marble and marble from other countries. Most people think along the lines of: “Well, it is still marble, right?” The common perception is that Italian marble is more expensive simply because it is a prestige item.

The reality is that Italian marble isn’t expensive just because it is a luxury item; it is actually a luxury item because of its premium quality. Let’s look at what increases the costs of marble and why specifically Carrara marble countertop prices are higher than typical marble countertops.

Marble Is a Natural Stone

The most important thing to understand about marble is that it isn’t manufactured or made. Marble is a natural stone. It is a crystallized form of limestone. Marble cannot be made in a factory. It is found naturally in the crust of our earth, is formed when a large amount of pressure and heat act on limestone.

That is why marble is so often found near tectonic plates. When the tectonic plates shift, they put an unimaginable amount of pressure on any limestone in the crust, which in turn forms marble. This is a process that happens over the span of millions of years and cannot be replicated at the same level in any factory.

Not All Marble Is Made Equal

The fact that marble is a natural stone also means that there is a lot of variations in its quality. The marble that is made in areas where the limestone had a lot of impurities in it, will end up being weak and brittle. On the other hand, marble that is made in areas where the natural conditions were good, will be of very high quality.

That is why Italian marble costs more than the other types of marble. It is just one of the finest natural stones that money can buy. This is also why Calacatta marble countertop prices are higher than other types of marble countertops.

You Get What You Pay For

Here’s something interesting to think about. Many people do not use marble because they think it is too weak and chips away too easily. At the same time, we have marble sculptures that are thousands of years old. We have historical sites where the marble installed during construction has survived to this day.

glory marble

This is what you are paying for. When you buy Italian marble, you are making a long-term investment. You will not have to replace your marble countertops in a few years because they chipped away too much. Good quality marble will outlast many other types of material easily. It becomes even more resilient if you apply sealant on the marble.

Marble prices may seem confusing, but that is because of the country of origin matters. The quality of the marble depends totally on where it was extracted from. The marble that comes from Italian and Brazilian quarries is some of the best marble in the world because these countries have deposits of the highest quality marble.

Italian Marble – Dyna Italian Marble Manufacturer from Kishangarh

Italian marble

Manufacturer of Italian Marble – Dyna Italian Marble, Golden Portoro Italian Marble, Black Marquina Marble, and Agora beige, etc.

Italian marble comes in an array of texture and color but with a restricted variety that includes white-colored Statuario marble, golden-hued Bottochino marble, and light grey Carrara marble.

Italian Marbles

Italian Marble gives a rich appearance to the house floor, walls, Kitchen, rooms, and bathroom with its beautiful color, special lusters, and strains. Because of its elegant visual, it is commonly used for decorative purposes in hotels, offices of multinational companies, restaurants, resorts, shopping malls schools, houses, and other industries.

Italian marbles are highly durable and have a long life. These marble’s raw stones are imported from Italy in India and have high demand around the world. These marble stones are really very good. The most famous type of marble is Perlato, Dyna, and beige marble.

We are among the best dealer, suppliers, and manufacturers of Italian marbles in India. We have various designs, colors, patterns, and sizes of this product. We deal with tiles and slab. Italian Marble price may vary according to its quality and color, but we promise our clients that the quality and services provided by us will be better than

Added by Bhandari Marble Group the expert and exporter of Marble Granite And Italian Marble.

How to Find Best Quality Italian Marble for Flooring
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