Sodalite Blue

Sodalite Blue granite stands out for its mesmerizing blue hue and distinct appearance. Quarried mainly in Bolivia & Brazil, it showcases a rich spectrum of blue shades, complemented by veins of white, gray, or black. This granite’s allure lies in its mottled or speckled pattern, adding visual depth and interest. Composed primarily of sodalite alongside , quartz, and other minerals, it boasts a great density and hardness .Its low to moderate porosity contributes to its durability and resistance to staining, making it suitable for diverse applications like kitchen countertops, bathroom vanities or walls & floors. Sodalite Blue Granite is available in polished or honed surface finish and 20mm (3/4”) thick slabs. Ask for actual stock availability now!

Sodalite Blue Granite slabs

Sodalite Blue granite slabs 20mm thick, beautiful as kitchen countertop worktop island, vanity unit top

Sodalite Blue Granite slabs

Blue Sodalite granite slab 20mm thick (3/4'' inches) polished


Property Description
Color Deep blue with variations from light to dark, featuring veins or patches of white, gray, or black.
Pattern Mottled or speckled appearance due to mineral composition.
Origin Primarily quarried in Bolivia & Brazil, with deposits found in other regions rich in sodalite granite.
Composition Mainly sodalite, alongside feldspar, quartz, and sometimes amphibole or pyroxene.
Density Ranges from 2.6 to 2.8 g/cm³.
Hardness (Mohs) 5.5 to 6.5, indicating moderate resistance to scratches and abrasion.
Water Absorption Generally low, contributing to durability and stain resistance.
Porosity Low to moderate, depending on specific composition and structure.
Applications Kitchen countertops, bathroom vanities, tabletops, flooring, wall cladding, etc.
Performance Suitable for high-traffic areas, resistant to heat, scratches, and stains with proper maintenance.
Maintenance Regular cleaning with mild soap and water; periodic sealing may enhance stain resistance.
Environmental Impact A sustainable option, natural stone
Pricing Falls within mid to high range due to uniqueness and durability. Approx $100 to $200 per square foot or Euro 1000 to Euro 2000 per square meter
Pros Striking blue color, unique patterning, durability, versatility.
Cons Higher initial cost, professional installation, periodic sealing required.

*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.