Norway : Blue Pearl Granite
Please note that these are average samples only. Due to
granite being a natural material, rough block, slabs, tiles, and monuments
are all liable to vary in colour and veining, therefore absolute resemblance
cannot be guaranteed. Your monitor settings may affect appearance.
For more in-depth information and technical specifications, please go here.
Click here or image to return to
Blue Pearl Granite
Return to samples page
Synonyms: Blue Labrador Hell, Blue Perl, Bluepearl, GA 601, Labrador Azzurro, Labrador Azzurro Blue Pearl, Labrador Blau, Labrador Bleu, Labrador Blue Pearl, Labrador Chiaro, Labrador Claro, Labrador Hell, Ljus Labrador, Perla Azurro, Stalaker
A coarse-grained, light blue iridescent syenite (larvikite) of the Permian period. This stone internationally may be nominated as a granite. For the US and Chinese market this is correct but in the area of application of the European Standard this stone must be nominated as syenite. The deeper the blue, the higher the price. There are about 30 working quarries.