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Blue Bahia Granite

Blue ``Azul`` Bahia Granite

Blue Bahia granite, or formally known as Azul Bahia, is a premium granite (arguably the most exclusive granite in the world) quarried in Brazil. Its natural blue color makes it a rarity in the natural stone world and a favorite for those who love the ocean. Its natural blue will have many tones and typically varies from slab to slab. The heavier and consistent blue is not only more desirable, but also far rarer to extract. What separates us from others is that we have an exclusive relationship with the Blue Bahia quarry in Brazil that gives us only the highest grade and desirable slabs of Blue Bahia granite. Expect to make a statement when you walk into a room with Blue Bahia. 

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    This granite slab is especially good for Countertops, mosaic, exterior – interior wall and floor applications, fountains, pool and wall capping, stairs, window sills and other design projects. It is also called Blue Bahia Granite, Azul Bahia granite slab, Blue bahia remnant, Blue bahia granite slab, Azul Bahia blue granite, Bahia Azul Granite, Bahia Blue Granite, Angra Blue Granite, in China stone market:巴西亚蓝(Bāxī yà lán). Azul Bahia Granite can be processed into Polished, Sawn Cut, Sanded, Rockfaced, Sandblasted, Tumbled and so on.

    Azul Bahia Granite is a semi-precious stone produced from a bedrock quarry in the state of Bahia, Brazil. The depth of the blue and the veining will vary between blocks. Some slabs will also show a small amount of green/orange hues in the background, but our selection has minimal to none of that. Slabs can be book-matched, in which slab one and slab two will be cut and polished to create a mirror image of each other.

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