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In recent years, the stone industry, including designers and home decoration circles, all know the name quartzite, and they all know that quartzite is more beautiful, high-end and noble. So what’s so special about quartzite? What kind of stone belongs to quartzite? What are the varieties of quartzite? Let’s talk today.
Quartzite, derived from the precipitation of nature for hundreds of millions of years, makes the space effect more ductile with more charming texture and color, and pushes the beauty of high-end space to the extreme, thus leading high-end decoration. In a narrow sense, the concept of quartzite refers to high-end and rare stone materials, and in a broad sense, it covers precious stones with special color textures such as natural quartz stone, semi-precious stones, and crystal agate.
The preciousness, uniqueness and variety of quartzite make it an integral part of high-end architectural decoration. This kind of stone is a rare and precious material. It is loved by the world for its natural and unique texture. When applied to the field of architecture, it not only makes the whole space look high-end and luxurious, but also reflects the owner’s aesthetics and taste. Top quartzite has the characteristics of extreme scarcity, natural uniqueness, colorful texture, high gloss, high processing difficulty, and is difficult to imitate.
Literally, quartzite is a luxury stone. Most of the quartzite varieties come from Brazil and Italy. Quartzite has bright color, unique texture and high hardness, most of which are natural quartzite. Due to the combination of natural texture and color, quartzite has special and precious attributes, which can push the beauty of high-end space to the extreme and lead high-end decoration, so it is also called luxury stone.
Quartzite is loved by people for its rarity, unique natural texture and color. The application can make the space high-end and luxurious, showing the unique taste of the owner. The natural richness and diversity of quartzite has created its multiple applications in interior design, adding a new texture to the expression of space design and making the expression effect of space more artistic.
1. Natural rarity and low yield
The biggest feature that distinguishes quartzite from other luxury stones is that it is less rare. Compared with ordinary luxury stone, there may be large mines, but quartzite is often a small mine in remote areas. Quartzite has to reach the size of building stone, so it is determined that it is a scarce trait.
2. Unique uniqueness of texture
Natural quartzite has rich colors and ever-changing textures, but each product is unique. Whether the texture of the product can be maximized depends on the accurate grasp of the internal characteristics and texture direction of quartzite raw materials by the ashes-level stone master, which depends on the top quality. The designer’s precise grasp of the cutting design and cutting angle depends on the meticulous crafting of pure hand-cutting by excellent stone craftsmen.
3. Precious and rare collection value is high
Because quartzite is a product of nature, unlike ordinary high-grade jade, it can be mass-produced. The decorative art effect of quartzite is also not replaceable by ordinary stone, so it has attributes similar to luxury goods and has high collection value.
4. High hardness, high processing difficulty
Most quartzites are natural quartz stones, most of which have a hardness above 7, and some have a hardness of 8-9 close to diamond 10. The cutting difficulty is 3-4 times that of ordinary stone. Special strengthening of the processing equipment is required, and the processing master has rich experience, as well as the designer’s reasonable planning and design of the plate to maximize the use.
There are many varieties of quartzite, most of which come from Brazil, Italy and other places. Many quartzite names are not unified, and the same stone may have multiple names. Here are some pictures of quartzite slabs. Which ones do you know?
1. Ice Jade Marble
Ice Jade Marble is produced in Yunnan, China. It is a natural marble with jade texture. The main color combination is black, white and green. With warm lighting or metallic accents, if you like the new Chinese style, it is also suitable for you to put an Ice Jade Marble coffee table in the living room.
2. Jokul Silver White Marble
Jokul Silver White Marble is produced in Brazil. It is an entry-level version of light luxury. The lines of this Jokul Silver White Marble are like white snow-capped mountains. Harmony between man and nature.
3. Amazonite Green Marble
Amazonite Green Marble is produced in Brazil. Its surface color is intertwined with green, gray, white and brown. It has a strong aesthetic sense, so it is very popular among designers and homeowners.
Quartzite is widely used in interior design for background walls, countertops, tables, etc. Due to the high price of quartzite, most of them are used locally and in a small area, which plays the role of finishing touch.
The preciousness, uniqueness and diversity of quartzite make it an indispensable and pivotal position in high-end architectural decoration. This kind of stone is loved by people because of its rare and precious material, natural and unique texture and color. In application, it can not only make the overall space look high-end and luxurious, but also show the unique taste of the owner. On the unique and precious characteristics of quartzite itself, modern producers have added various design innovations (such as: lighting design, large panel splicing, water jet parquet, etc.) to make it more gorgeous and luxurious.
1. Look at the occasion of use
Before purchasing quartzite, you must first determine its use occasion. If it is used as a decorative background, you must pay attention to whether its pattern is clear, whether the color is uniform, how the production process is, and so on. If you use quartzite outdoors, you also need to know how strong it is, how durable it is, and whether it can withstand the erosion of external wind and rain.
2. Look at the craftsmanship of quartzite
When purchasing quartzite, we should pay attention to the production process of quartzite. If the production process is exquisite, its surface is smooth and flat, without burrs, and there are no problems such as cracks and defects. A lower quality quartzite will have larger pores, attract stains more easily, and have a shorter lifespan.
3. Look at the quality of quartzite
When purchasing quartzite, we must carefully observe each corner and plane of quartzite to see if there are any problems such as missing corners, cracks, chromatic aberration, and color fading. In order to ensure the good quality of quartzite, we can put it on a plane with natural light when purchasing quartzite, and then let people keep a distance of about 1.5 meters from quartzite, and then visually check whether the color of quartzite is consistent.