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25Jun

Where Is Francini Stone Sourced?

Francini stone has undoubtedly taken the world by surprise due to its versatility and uses. Many homeowners have embraced the use of Francini stone for vanities, countertops, bathtubs, floors, showers, and fireplaces. However, where is Francini stone sourced?

These beautiful, dependable, and timeless natural stones come from quarries around the world. Quarries are locations that are rich with rocks, minerals, and sand. The top three countries Francini imports natural stones from are Italy, India, and Brazil.

Francini's Top Quarry Locations for Natural Stone

Initially, the world's leading producer of natural stones was Italy. It has always been a genuine industry with marble quarries located in the Travertines, Carrara, Serpegiantes, and Botticinos. The high-yield polishing and stone cutting machines ensure you get top-quality stones that are durable and elegant.

Where do Francini's Natural Stone Slabs Come From?
Where do Francini's Natural Stone Slabs Come From?
Where do Francini's Natural Stone Slabs Come From?

India produces top-quality soapstone in different quarry locations all over the country. However, Rajasthan is the central hub for soapstone mining in India. Over the past years, India has invested in buying machinery to ensure you get a high-quality natural stone. Note that soapstone is a natural stone countertop with an elegant and unique look.

Where do Francini's Natural Stone Slabs Come From?
Where do Francini's Natural Stone Slabs Come From?

Brazil, on the other hand, produces incredible quartzites. Some of our favorites include Ijen Blue, Blue Prime, and Calacatta Fendi. Each quartzite has unique patterns. In addition to its aesthetic beauty, quartzite is exceptionally durable, stain-proof, heat, and fire-resistant, making it ideal for kitchen countertop surfaces. You can expect its coloring to remain as beautiful as the day it was installed. You can also create beautiful tile floors that look elegant in various tile and slab sizes.

Where do Francini's Natural Stone Slabs Come From?

Visit A Francini Showroom

When you purchase a Francini stone, you will see that we have indicated the country of origin. You can, therefore, rest easy knowing where your Francini stone was mined. Note that the name of specific stones can be somewhat misleading. Rather than relying on the name, we will help you know the exact origin location for a particular stone.

Are you looking for the best natural stone from a specific location? We are here to help you see your dream come true. We have different types of stones from all over the world to ensure you get the best fit for your needs. Ensure you contact us or plan a visit to our showroom today.

We have a qualified team that will help you get the best Francini stone for your next project. Note that our stone comes in various shapes and sizes to give you a customized look and feel. There are a lot of options to choose from when you select Francini Incorporated.

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