Makrana marble has 5 varieties. Makrana white, Albeta, Dungri, Kumari and Makrana Pink
Makrana white is also called sangemarmar and is the most common type of calcitic stone of white color used for sculpture and in building construction for flooring and wall cladding, and even the Taj Mahal is made from the Makrana white marble.
Albeta marble has two varieties brown albeta and grey albeta. It has a white base with grey, black and brown veins on its surface and is also used for book matching designs.
Dungri marble comes with a slightly Grey pattern and its base is white and greyish. It is preferred for flooring purpose. It doesn’t require any chemical treatment.
Kumari marble is the most economic type of Makrana marble and also has a white base with grey veins on its surface
Makrana Pink comes in two shades. Complte light pink base without any veins and white and pink base with black veins.
TYPE OF MARBLE?
Makrana marble is calcitic in nature and is quarried from below the ground upto 400 feet.
TYPES OF COLOUR SHADES?
I'It comes in white, off white, greyish and light and dark pink shades.
DOES IT RETAINS ITS SHINE?
I'Makrana marble is the only marble which can maintain its shine and not change its colour over a long period of time..
I'It consists of 99% calcium Carbonate CaCo3 and and 0.1% to 2% impurities..
WATER RESISTANCE ?
Having 98% calcium carbonate makes it one of the most water resistance rock on the planet.
CHEMICAL TREATMENT AS OTHER MARBLE?
I'Makrana marble does not require any chemical treatment or mesh protection from the back as it is one of the strongest marble in the world.
Mumtaz Gallery has a a range of marble handicrafts, makrana marble and Granite.
Makrana white, Albeta, Kumari,Dungri and Makrana oink are the varieties of Makrana marble.
Marble dining table with marble top or glass are both available at our workshop.
Inlay art or Pietra Dura art got famous during the mughal era while making the taj Mahal..
Masjid decor of making mehrab,mimbar in solid marble is a specialization of Mumtaz Gallery.
Marble handicarfts come in many forms from decorative vases to home interiors such as lamps and fruit bowls.