Granite :Sturdy, hard, scratch-resistant and natural...

Granitoids are a ubiquitous component of the crust. They have crystallized from magmas that have compositions at or near a eutectic point (or a temperature minimum on a cotectic curve). Magmas will evolve to the eutectic because of igneous differentiation, or because they represent low degrees of partial melting. Fractional crystallisation serves to reduce a melt in iron, magnesium, titanium, calcium and sodium, and enrich the melt in potassium and silicon – alkali feldspar (rich in potassium) and quartz (SiO2), are two of the defining constituents of granite.

Granite Cut Stone Border

Granite border for grass

Granite gutter

Granite plates, natural or polished polished

Tumbled Stones

Crushed parquet stones (top flate)

Granite cube stones