Forest Brown Marble


Forest Brown Marble is commercially known as Bidasar Brown. It is mined in the town of Bidasar which is near the Thor desert in India.

This exotic looking marble is light brown with dark brown veins criss crossing throughout.

This stone is actually a serpentinite but sold as marble. What's the difference?

It looks like marble with the veins and exotic colors but Serpentinites are harder than marble and usually acid resistant.

Waterless adhesives should be used when attaching.

Interesting Fact: In 1965, Serpentine was adopted by the California Legislature as the official State Rock.

Forest Brown Marble

This picture is courtesy of Avinash Khetan Keshrimal Khetan Exports -
Mine owners of Forest Brown Marble.

COUNTRY: INDIA - Bidasar/Rajasthan
COLOR: Light Brown
HARDNESS: Not Available
ALSO CALLED: Bidazar Brown, Bidzar Brown, Brown Multicolor, Cafe Brown, Fancy Brown, Forest Brown, Llu Brown, Golden Glory, Mirage Brown, Oakwood Brown, Picasso Brown, Radhika Brown, Rainforest Brown
  • US and Chinese Markets: Marble
  • European Standard: Serpentinite
USES INCLUDE: Countertops, Table Tops, Ornamentals, Vanities, Fireplace Surrounds, Bar Tops

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*Forest Brown Marble 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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