Our Company

Over 30 years of experience in the importing/exporting of fine stone, Marbellous Group supplies products that are consistently superior in terms of physical appearance and mechanical perfection.

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Granite is composed of several materials that interlock like a jigsaw puzzle, giving the stone its trademark speckled appearance. This magnificent crystalline quality of Granite is one of its most striking aesthetic characteristics; however, it is also well-renown for being an extremely hard and strong material. So durable is Granite that a special, highly-dense blade is needed to cut it.

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From the days of ancient Greece and Rome, Marble has been valued for its rich palette of beautiful colors and its simple, yet regal appearance. A limestone (or dolomite) that can easily take a high polish, Marble is generally formed from limestone during metamorphism, and today, is commonly used for kitchen and bathroom countertops, flooring, foyers, and the mantels and borders of fireplaces.

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Quartz and composite materials are ideal for any kind of furnishing situation or architectural context, because they combine beauty and elegance with strength and reliability. Quartz is often used in these contexts due to its malleability, resistance to scratch and corrosion, choice in color, and affordability; options not as prevalent in the “noble”, more delicate types of stone.

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Our collection of stones are extracted from the best quarries around the world.

Each stone block is individually chosen and brought to our factory.  Once there, each block is cut with our own state-of-the-art cutting equipment, and processed and finished with ultra-modern machinery.

  • All our products pass through color selection and a high quality control process.
  • The objective of our company is to always offer our customers the best service.
  • Our products range from blocks of marble and granite to finished products, such as slabs or tiles, with varying, finished surfaces.

Most stone manufacturers prefer dealing with our company, since we own the quarries to several of our products.  In many cases, we are considered to be the second party; never the third or the fourth.