Granite, also known as berroqueña stone, is a plutonic igneous rock consisting essentially of quartz, feldspar and mica. While the term according to the International Union of Geological Sciences standards refers to a strict composition, the term granite is often used inside and outside geology in a broader sense including rocks such as tonalites and quartz syenites.

Granite is an ideal material for construction because of its architectural and decorative possibilities. It has great resistance, and a wide range of different styles that make it suitable for a multitude of totally timeless applications.

Here is a small presentation of our granites:

Silvestre PH Semi

Grayish stone, with fine-medium grain, containing quartz, plagioclase, muscovite and biotite. It is a granite of two micas, with pancreaticomorphic equigranular texture. It accepts any type of surface finish.



Silvestre Arcade

Light gray stone, compact, medium grade, irregular fracture and very rich in Muscovite. It is classified as granite of "two micas". It shows certain variations in the uniformity of its coloration, and presents little risk of alteration.



Moreno Galicia

Gray and golden tones stone, of thin grain, compact and irregular fracture. It is classified as "biotitic adamellitic" granite. It admits any type of surface finish, and no alterations or losses of polishing are observed.



Gris PH

Light gray color stone, of fine, compact grain and of regular fracture. It is classified as "biotitic monzogranitic". It presents a low degree of superficial alteration, and it admits any type of finish. It can be used indoor and outdoor.



Gris Galicia

Light gray color stone, medium size grain, compact and of irregular fracture. It is classified as "biotitic adamellitic" granite. It admits any type of surface finish, and no alterations or losses of polishing are observed.



Gris Meis

Light grayish color, granular, medium grain size stone, compact and with irregular fracture. It is classified as granite of "two micas". It presents a low degree of alteration, and admits a good polish.



Crema Julia

Pink color stone, of coarse grain, and with marked granitic aspect. It is classified as "adamellitic" granite. It has an abundance of feldspar and plagioclase, with a grain size varying between 10 and 20 millimeters, reaching 35 millimeters.



Rosa Porriño

Pink color stone, of medium-thick, compact grain and of irregular fracture. It is classified as "biotitic pink" granite. It generally has a great uniformity in its hue, and admits any type of surface finish.



Gris Mondariz

Gray color stone, with slight shade rosacea, medium to thick grain, compact and irregular fracture. It is classified as granodiorite with megacrystals. It accepts any type of surface finish and can be used both outdoor and indoor.



Blanco Meis

Medium-fine grained, white and gray grain rock very useful for indoor linings and kitchen countertops. Its most common finishes are polished, rough, honed, bushhammered, blasting, aged and flamed.



Negro Grapesa

Black stone, medium to thick grain, compact and of irregular fracture. Very homogeneous color and texture. It accepts any type of surface finish and can be used both outdoor and indoor.



Gran Valle

Grey stone, useful for both indoor and outdoor use. Classified as muscovite-biotite adamellitic granite.



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