Pentelikon

Description

Pentelikon marble is flawless white with a uniform, faint yellow tint, which makes it shine with a golden hue under sunlight. It is white, fine-grain marble that has been quarried at Mt. Pentelikon north of Athens since the 1st millennium BCE. Pentelic marble was used for sculpture as well as for buildings.

Pentelic marbles often contain inclusions or veins of iron oxide, graphite, mica, or pyrite. Graphite inclusions in marble, called graphitic marble, show as gray or silver flakes when polished.

Slabs

Our inventory and production focuses mainly in slabs with thickness of 2cm and 3cm. Custom orders can be arranged for shipment from our production facilities in Greece to anywhere in the world.

Tiles

Orders are accepted for cut-to-size tiles in any standard or non-standard dimensions and thickness. Tiles are delivered polished as standard, however they can also be delivered raw, honed, bush-hammered or custom-finished according to your specific request. Please contact us for pricing and availability.

Please contact us for pricing and availability.



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