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Indian Black Marquino Marble is mostly black with small white flecks Marble quarried in India. Known for its beautiful look and striking finish, Marquino Marble is well known for its stain-free merits. Its name flawlessly describes this stone, as its white flecks are suggestive of an ever-shine beauty. This stone is well-suitable for both indoor and outdoor uses. You don’t essentially need to pick your exact slabs with this color (though it never damages).  Every once in a while, you can see a little bit of veining in the slabs or a lot of the copper flecks bunched together.  It’s fun when this happens because, for the most part, they are so identical.

Indian Black Marquino Marble is a very consistent black glossy stone with scattered flakes. This natural stone can add an elegant atmosphere to your kitchen countertop with qualities reminiscent of a beautiful wavey night. It also can be used for fireplace surrounds, bathroom vanity tops, or outdoor living areas.

Beyond its looks, this stone is also very robust. Considering the durability and many other benefits that you will receive from this stone, Indian Black Marquino Marble is a brilliant choice for any house. It is no surprise that this unique natural stone is so popular on the market and is at the top of the wish list for many homeowners. Installing Indian Black Marquino Marble may very well end up being one of the best decisions you ever make for your home.

Black Marquino is a very thick stone.

Black Marquino Marble has a smooth, polished, swan cut, sandblasted, and rock-faced surface finish. This marble has a crack-free surface. It has no impact on extreme climate conditions. RK Marbles India is the largest supplier and manufacturer of Indian Marquino Marble. This marble is available for sale as slabs and tiles of various sizes and thicknesses.

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