Titanium black quartzite polished
Titanium black quartzite
belvedere quartzite
Titanium Black Quartzite Slab - Available in Polished and Leathered Finishes
Titanium Black Quartzite Slab - Available in Polished and Leathered Finishes
Titanium black quartzite polished
Titanium Black Quartzite Slab - Available in Polished and Leathered Finishes
polished finish quartzite
Titanium Black Quartzite Slab - Available in Polished and Leathered Finishes
Titanium Black Quartzite Slab - Available in Polished and Leathered Finishes
cream hues and swirls of crystal quartzite
Titanium Black Quartzite Slab - Available in Polished and Leathered Finishes
close out- polished belvedere quartzite
zoom veins from titanium black quartzite
Titanium Black Quartzite Slab - Available in Polished and Leathered Finishes

Titanium Black Quartzite Slab - Available in Polished and Leathered Finishes

Regular price $2,380.00 Sale

Titanium Quartzite features a deep black background, accented with gold streaks, waves of cream hues, and swirls of crystal deposits. It is perfect for kitchen countertops, bathroom vanities, and other countertops applications.

Always ask a specialist! Marble, Quartzite as well as all the other natural stones come from the earth and they have similar minerals. Depends on the amount of each mineral their durability will change. For more information always contact us!

Titanium Quartzite (also known as Belvedere Quartzite) is a quartzite--which is a natural stone, NOT to be confused with man-made quartz. Quartzite is harder than granite, and also has properties similar to granite. So staining is not much of a concern. It is a good alternative for those who want the look of marble without the maintenance. It still has to be sealed about once a year (just as you would with granite) and you should clean it with a stone cleaner only.

Warm black with subtle movement and white quartz crystals. Titanium is an extremely durable material suitable for interior and exterior applications in all climates.

Natural Quartzite slabs are usually wide and it’s common to find slabs more than 70 inches wide.  Wide slabs are a huge benefit for kitchens with sprawling angles since they usually mean fewer seams.