Calacatta Murano Provide the Best Quality Gold and Oro Marble?
We work with recognizable materials that have been used by designers and artists for ages. And one of the most costly marbles in the world is calacatta. Although it costs more than twice as much as Carrara marble, which is mined from the same mountain? But the rarity of calacatta on our site is what drives up its price. Due to its scarcity, it emphasizes limited luxury and portrays itself as exclusivity. A unique white Italian marble from CalacattaMurano with golden and grey veining is called Calacatta Gold Marble.
This gorgeous natural stone can be found in marble slabs and marble tiles. The reason why Calacatta is the most expensive marble is that it comes from the only quarry in the world, located in Carrara, Italy; production is limited and controlled. We offer Calacatta Gold granite in size or with the Stone size system, solutions for large, lightweight, and super durable sizes. Check the maximum size for each finish. For special finishes, check availability and sizes on our website.
What is special about our Calacatta Oro?
Gold Calacatta marble is also commonly known as Calacatta Oro marble (an Italian word for gold). This marble is a rare marble from the Apuan Alps in the Carrara region of Italy. This exotic marble is sometimes called Carrara marble because of its origin. Calacatta Oro is an elegant white Italian marble with transparent golden beige veins. It pairs beautifully with the fireplace and bathroom, creating a sophisticated look that will visually accentuate your home.
The striking veins running through this stone make a strong impression. CalacattaMurano offers Calacatta Oro marble setting the standard for the expectation of impeccable quality and consistency of white marble worldwide. As depicted in Michelangelo’s world-famous artwork. Calacatta Oro has been used for thousands of years and is considered the classic of all-white marble. The milky white background and light gold/ice veins make this material rich and unique.
The Quality of Calacatta Gold
Calacatta Marble, the first marble brought to us by Michelangelo, is a luxury stone that is frequently used in visible areas. Calacatta marble flooring, for example, is popular for corporate office entrances. Calacatta marble slabs and tiles, on the other hand, are recommended for a variety of interior applications where luxury is desired, including countertops and backlighting in kitchens. Calacatta Gold marble countertops can now be found in executive and designer boardrooms.
“Premium” is synonymous with “rare,” as limited availability and high demand frequently result in higher prices. Calacatta Gold marble has a unique appearance and is only found in one quarry in the world, located in Carrara, Italy. (Consumers frequently mistake the marble Calacatta Oro for the similarly named Carrara white marble, which is also a native of this area.) Production of Calacatta gold marble was constrained. Seasonal factors also impact production, as mining on Mount Carrara becomes extremely difficult during the harshest winter months. These two factors contribute to natural stone scarcity and high prices.
- A distinct appearance
The veins in Calacatta Gold Marble are thick and bold. Because of its soft white background, veins, and tones, the color has a global appeal to designers and architects. (The more expensive and desirable these marbles are, the whiter the background.) Calacatta marble’s economy makes it suitable for installation alongside other marbles; these marbles can have so many fine veins that there are no distinct patterns to manipulate in a design.
Why should choose our webshop?
If you want a luxury marble that is easy to clean and maintain, our Calacatta Murano is the right choice for your project because it is waterproof and oil-proof by nature!
We have over 30 years of experience in the marble industry and have completed prestigious projects all over the world for villas, apartments, hotels, commercial centers, and so on. We can provide you with the best advice for your project. Please request a quote via email or phone, or use the WhatsApp button to chat with us for any information you require.