Homogeneous Sky Blue Granite

Patterns & Textures

Minerals of the stone form the texture or the pattern we see. The pattern of blue granite is either:

  • Homogeneous - Minerals are distributed evenly for a uniform structure.
  • Veined - Minerals form a different color to the base color and create veins or swirls in the stone.

The most common sky blue granite varieties are quarried in Brazil and Zambia.

The best quality material has a medium to fine grained crystalline groundmass composed of blue, white, and black crystals. In some varieties there are additional greenish colored crystals.

Beware of variations in the concentration of the blue and white crystals. This can alter the general color of the stone. These granites tend to have many dark or large spots which can lead to a reduction in their quality.

Other defects include medium to large whitish colored spots and large light or dark veins which adversely affect the uniformity of the color and pattern.

Homogeneous sky blue granite is quarried in limited supply, expensive, and usually saved for top quality projects. Uses include floorings, pavings, small wall facings, and countertops.

Homogeneous Sky Blue Granite Examples:

Blue Bahia Granite Blue King Granite African Blue Granite/Namibia Blue
Blue Bahia Blue King African Blue

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