Botanic Green quartzite

What is Botanic Green quartzite?

Botanic Green quartzite is an elegant and popular natural stone imported from Brazil, it reveals a distinctive natural patterns across the slabs, its color tone base is exclusively green with some white veining. Due to its rare features the slabs are cut with the popular ”book-matched” method; which means that slab one and slab two will be cut and finished so to produce a duplicate image in succession of each other.

What is Botanic Green quartzite used for?

This quartzite is suitable for kitchen countertops, bathroom vanity tops, dinner or living room tables, walls & floors. Its low water absorption and porosity contribute to its durability, while its Mohs hardness of 7 ensures resistance to scratches.

Emerald Botanic green (botanic green) quartzite slabs 2cm polished or honed. ideal to use as kitchen countertops, island, backsplash or bathroom walls & floors applications
Emerald Botanic green (botanic green) quartzite slabs 2cm polished or honed. ideal to use as kitchen countertops, island, backsplash or bathroom walls & floors applications
Emerald Botanic green (botanic green) quartzite slabs 2cm polished or honed. ideal to use as kitchen countertops, island, backsplash or bathroom walls & floors applications
Emerald Botanic green (botanic green) quartzite slabs 2cm polished or honed. ideal to use as kitchen countertops, island, backsplash or bathroom walls & floors applications

What is Botanic Green price?

Considered among the top range of quality quartzite Botanic green is prized for its rarity and exquisite beauty. Its price falls into the High-end quartzite range; It varies based on quality (the less natural imperfections), size (the bigger), and thickness of slabs/tiles. Generally, its price fluctuates in a range of Approx $ 80 to $ 200 per square foot or Euro 700 to Euro 1900 per square meter.

Are you looking to buy Botanic Green slabs or tiles?

Commonly available in slab thicknesses of 2 cm and 3 cm (3/4” – 1 1/4”), with customizable tile sizes, it offers versatility in interior applications. Finish options include polished, honed, and leathered, each accentuating its unique aesthetics. With excellent heat, scratch, and stain resistance, Botanic Green Quartzite requires low maintenance, though annual sealing is recommended. While it comes with a higher initial cost, its luxurious appearance and durability make it a favored choice for various architectural and design projects, particularly in upscale settings. Ask for actual stock availability now!

Botanic (Emerald) green Quartzite slab 20mm (3/4'' inches) polished

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Specification Description
Material Name Botanic Green Quartzite
Type Natural Stone
Color Predominantly green with variations of dark green, light green, and occasional white or grey veining
Origin Brazil
Primary Mineral Composition Quartz, Feldspar, Mica
Density 2.65 – 2.8 g/cm³
Water Absorption 0.05% – 0.2%
Porosity Low
Hardness (Mohs Scale) 7
Compressive Strength 200 – 250 MPa
Flexural Strength 20 – 25 MPa
Finish Options Polished, Honed, Leathered
Surface Appearance Glossy (polished), matte (honed), textured (leathered)
Slab Thickness 2 cm (3/4 inch), 3 cm (1 1/4 inch)
Slab Size Varies, typically around 120” x 70” (305 cm x 180 cm)
Tile Sizes Customizable, common sizes include 12” x 12”, 18” x 18”, 24” x 24”
Edge Profiles Eased, Bullnose, Beveled, Ogee, Half Bullnose, and more
Common Applications Kitchen countertops, bathroom vanities, flooring, wall cladding, backsplashes, fireplaces, exterior cladding, pool surrounds
Durability Highly durable and long-lasting
Heat Resistance Excellent
Scratch Resistance High, due to the hardness of quartzite
Stain Resistance High, especially when properly sealed
UV Resistance High, suitable for outdoor use
Maintenance Requirements Regular cleaning with mild detergent, sealing recommended annually
Price Range $100 – $200 per square foot, depending on quality and source

*If you are a private client, contractor, architect, or designer, we can deliver to you wherever you are. All you need to do is find a stone fabricator or manufacturer in your area where we can deliver our product.

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