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.