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This is why specifying the perfect black granite just got easier

All-new Altair, Vela, Tritanial and Kreuzberg ranges join supplier Marshalls' existing Proteus collection to maximise architects' design options for paving and landscaping projects

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Marshalls Altair black granite: For all product areas, including paving, kerbs, steps, street furniture and other bespoke masonry items such as veneers for planters or furniture.
Marshalls Altair black granite: For all product areas, including paving, kerbs, steps, street furniture and other bespoke masonry items such as veneers for planters or furniture.

UK hard landscaping supplier Marshalls has launched a collection of four black granite ranges to provide more choice in this sought-after shade. The collection complements the firm's existing Proteus granite range.

Marshalls has sourced the new ranges from across the globe, working with long-standing suppliers that are committed to consistent quality and guaranteed supply longevity.

Black granite brings a contemporary aesthetic and smart finish to modern design schemes and continues to be a popular choice for the built environment.

The four new ranges offer the best quality stone produced with unique natural patterns and shades:

  • Altair Fine-grained granite with a tasteful, subtle sparkle. Suitable for anything from radius kerbs to large-scale furniture.
  • Vela Medium to coarse-grained granite with a pleasing uniform appearance and undertones of bluish-grey. Quarried in large blocks, it can be used for applications from paving to water features.
  • Tritanial Basalt granite with rich, black tones for smaller element paving and setts.
  • Kreuzberg Another basalt granite, adding further deep black shades to the collection. Available for paving, tactile paving and kerbs.
  • Marshalls Vela black granite: A black Chinese stone product available in fine picked, flamed and polished finishes.
    Marshalls Vela black granite: A black Chinese stone product available in fine picked, flamed and polished finishes.
  • Marshalls Tritanial black granite: Ideal for paving, stand-out detailing and borders.
    Marshalls Tritanial black granite: Ideal for paving, stand-out detailing and borders.
  • Marshalls Kreuzberg black granite: A versatile stone product with a naturally slick black appearance.
    Marshalls Kreuzberg black granite: A versatile stone product with a naturally slick black appearance.
  • Marshalls' new four-strong collection complements its existing Proteus granite range.
    Marshalls' new four-strong collection complements its existing Proteus granite range.
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Each of the granites is available in a variety of finishes, including flamed, fine picked, polished and honed, as well as a new clear blast finish - exclusive to the Altair range - providing lots of design options for specifiers.

'We believe in offering products that will give designers the maximum flexibility, enabling them to achieve their visions,' says Dave Stanger, natural stone trading director at Marshalls. 'Having options in the portfolio that meet all our customers’ needs, whether for form or function, opens up so many possibilities.'

The new ranges are available to order now.

For more information and technical support, visit marshalls.co.uk/black-granite

 

Contact:

0370 411 2266

natstone.sales@marshalls.co.uk


 

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