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Bafna Marble & Granite is a name, synonymous to the best of Marble, Travertine, Onyx and Quartzite! Sourcing from the finest of the lot for you, we radiate perfection, poise and presence. Get access to elegant and sophisticated designs with a tint of valiance. Bringing to you a broad range of unique and exclusive Marble, Travertine and related stones, we love investing in our clients! Studying evolving customer preferences, market demands and keeping a track of the changing trends helps us get better at the trade with every passing day. Our inordinate collection of exquisite Marble, Travertine, Onyx, and Quartzite is something to flaunt.
Based in Surat since 1988, we are the importer and wholesaler of most excellent quality Imported marbles, Quartzite, Onyx, and Travertine from the global market and India, respectively. The complete process from buying to selling is monitored by the team of experts to ensure the proper delivery of our clients’ requirements.
Our strength lies in our relationships with world quarries, as they help us to provide the desired marble or natural stone by extracting the rock from the ground, crushing them into the desired shape and size for further process.
Our entire communication channel is transparent, which encourages every employee to report if he or she encounters any violation or unethical practice and misuse of the code of conduct for the betterment of their safety and company’s policy.
At A Glance
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Michel Angelo marble is a natural stone with Portuguese origins with a very fine grain and warm cream pinkish background, perfect for applications with a modern and contemporary feel, mainly used for interior design projects. Michel Angelo marble is extracted from Portuguese marble quarries and amongst the most precious varieties are Aurora Pink Michel Angelo, an elegant natural stone with a light pinkish color and golden accents and Rosa Michel Angelo, a marble that has a slightly more pronounced pinkish color.
An extremely elegant marble, Michel Angelo may be used in various projects for interior design as staircases, precious floorings and facings, fireplaces, decorative objects and home decorations, stylish bathrooms and modern and contemporary kitchen designs and tops.
The White Statuario marble of Carrara is one of the most precious marbles in the world. Few materials, in fact, can compete with its transparent sheen and its incredibly compact structure. Among the main types of this material are the White Statuario Venato Marble, which has veins in shades of grey of various sizes, and the White Statuario Extra Marble on which the veins are extremely thin and not very visible. Both these qualities are very valuable, even if the second one is truly a unique example of aesthetic perfection and grandeur. Many Italian artists from all times, have created real masterpieces with the Statuary: think for example of the “Grazie” and to “Amore e Psiche” by Canova without forgetting Michelangelo’s David, entirely carved in a single block. Today, this material is used to express luxury and magnificence especially for roofing and furnishing elements such as fireplaces, sculptures and special design creations.
Sodalite is usually blue to blue-violet in color and found with nepheline and other feldspathoid minerals. It is usually translucent, with a vitreous luster, and has a Mohs hardness of 5.5 to 6. Sodalite often has white BLUE SODALITE. Blue Sodalite is a blue marble composed of lazulite, calcite, and pyrite. The symbiosis between calcite and pyrite creates a unique veiled surface that transports us to a velvety cobalt sea furrowed by golden waves.
This stone, considered a gem, invites to be calm and creates a state of confidence and peacefulness thanks to a fascinating blue that subtly seduces the viewer.
Due to its uniqueness, Blue Sodalite is highly valued by renowned architects and interior designers, especially in refined environments.
Bafna offers the Blue Sodalite blue marble in the dimensional way (standard thickness) or with the Stonesize system, the solution for lightweight and ultra-resistant large formats. Ask about the finishes and textures available for this material. Check the maximum size per finish. For special finishes, check availability and sizes.e veining, and it can be confused with lapis lazuli.