Blue Pearl Granite

Blue Pearl Granite

Blue Pearl Granite is from Norway. This coarse grained blue labrador has a dark blue grayish background - the glimmering light blue to dark green crystals reflect light.

* Blue Pearl Granite

There are different varieties of Blue Pearl sold under different trade names.
Here are a few examples of the Blue Pearl varieties:

Marina Pearl is a coarse grained variety also known as Labrador Marina, Labrador Marina Pearl, and Marina Perla.

Blue Pearl GT is a very intense colored sort of Blue Pearl and the MOST expensive one. "GT" is an abbreviation for "Granite Tvedalen" (Tvedalen = quarry location). Blue Pearl GT is also known as Blue Pearl Tipo GT, Labrador Blue Pearl GT, Labrador GT, and Labrador G.T.

Royal Blue TFV and TFM have a lighter background, and are distinguished by larger crystals than the traditional Blue Pearl. The crystals are also very blue. Royal Blue is also known as Labrador Royal, Labrador Royal Blu, and Labrador Royal Blue.

Interesting Fact: Usually, the deeper the blue, the higher the price.

Marina Pearl

COUNTRY: NORWAY- Almenningen, Arent, Bjoerndalen, Norwegian Pearl, Ostskogen, Stalaker, Storaas, Utklev/Tvedalen/Vestfold
COLOR: Blue/ Blue-gray
HARDNESS: High wear resistance- residential and commercial use
ALSO CALLED: Blue Labrador Hell, Blue Pearl Granite, Blue Perl, Bluepearl, GA 601, Labrador Azzurro, Labrador Azzurro Blue Pearl, Labrador Blau, Labrador Bleu, Labrador Blue, Labrador Blue Pearl, Labrador Chiaro, Labrador Claro, Labrador Hell, Ljus Labrador, Perla Azurro, Stalaker
SIMILAR STONES: Emerald Pearl, Volga Blue, Many Varieties of Blue Pearl


  • US and Chinese Markets: Granite
  • European Standard: Syenite

USES INCLUDE: Ornamentals, Floors, Walls, Stair Coverings, Kitchen Countertops, Bathroom Vanities

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Here's MORE Blue Granite STUFF:

  • Preview blue granite colors.
  • Minerals of the stone form the texture or the pattern we see. In veined blue granite, the minerals form a different color to the base color and create veins or swirls in the stone.
  • In homogeneous stones, the minerals are distributed evenly for a uniform structure. Colors of blue homogeneous stones range from light to dark blue with many hues and shades in between.

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*Blue Pearl Granite is a natural material so slight variations should be expected. View your stone before purchasing. The technical data provided is submitted in good faith and provided from what we feel are reliable sources. Natural Stone Interiors assumes no responsibility for any of the technical data enclosed.

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