Calacatta Borghini Marble Slabs & Countertops

Calacatta Borghini Marble: Slabs, Countertops & wall applications

Is Calacatta Borghini real Marble?

Yes, Calacatta Borghini is a highly renowned type of marble. It’s considered one of the finest and most popular varieties within the Calacatta marble (or Calacatta Gold Marble) family. It stands out for its luxurious look, Calacatta Borghini marble is extracted from quarries in the Carrara region of Italy, an area known for its white marble mining. Calacatta Borghini marble is characterized by a clean white background and thick, wide gray veining, often accompanied by reddish lines and gold highlights.

Calacatta borghini Marble Slab 2cm (3/4inch) thick polished

Its elegant and striking aesthetics, coupled with its scarcity and limited availability, contribute to its position of prestige in the world of interior design and luxury architecture. Due to its unique aesthetic and natural white base, Calacatta Borghini is commonly used for kitchen countertops, wall cladding, flooring, and many interior design applications in residential and commercial environments.

Calacatta Borghini Marble slab close up

What is Calacatta Borghini Marble used for?

Calacatta Borghini marble, famous for its rare surface appearance and uniqueness, is highly wanted by high-end interior designers around the world. Its distinctive surface featuring gold and gray veinings on a milky white base, makes it an ideal stone for various applications:

Calacatta Borghini Marble Dry laid of kitchen countertops before cut outs
Calacatta Borghini Bar countertops bookmatch dry lay

Due to its rarity and limited production, Calacatta Borghini marble (can also be named as Calacatta Gold Marble) is a great option for those seeking to create spaces with an exclusive and luxurious ambiance.

How much does Calacatta Borghini Marble cost?

There are two different types of costs that you would need to consider: the material cost and the cut-to-size finished product cost. The cost of a Calacatta Borghini marble slab is affected by many factors, including quality, size, thickness, and supplier location. Given its market scarcity and top quality, it’s considered one of the most expensive marbles in the world.

Calacatta Borghini Extra Marble Slab 2cm (3/4inch) polished

On average, a Calacatta Borghini marble slab can cost anywhere from $80 to $250 per square foot or an Italian ex-factory price of Euro 850 up to 1900 per square meter. However, prices can change significantly if the veining patterns are particularly beautiful, the purity of the white base, slab dimensions, and market demand. Bigger or thicker slabs, as well as those with exceptional veining and fewer natural imperfections, are usually sold for higher prices.

Close up of Calacatta Borghini Marble Slabs 2cm (3/4inch) polished finish

For the finished product ex. kitchen countertops, you should contact your local fabricator and provide information about what you have to achieve in terms of sizes, cutouts, edge finishing and other requirements you may have.