Juparana Persa

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Original name:
Juparana Persa

Other name(s) used:
Persa Original, Amaretto
Material:
granite

Internet ID:
572
Country of origin:
Italy
Pattern:
Veins
Colors:
Black, Gold
Application:
Kitchen, Bathroom, Fireplace, Floor
Comments:
A golden granite with brown and black speckling and some rough terrain.
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COMMENTS:

  • Marble.com - Derek 06:17PM, Feb 7 2013

    Hello Carolyn. Please accept our deepest apologies for the delay in replying to you. It looks like you're closest to our new Vestal NY facility and they would be thrilled to service you: http://www.marble.com/blog/ves... For an estimate on those you've mentioned and all of our stones, please email (vlsales@marble.com) or fax: 607-429-0038 a drawing of your project with measurements and shape along with the address of the jobsite and your contact information. You can also get an instant price by using our Online Estimate Tool: www.marble.com/estimate Those are all very beautiful color and for your situation I'm leaning toward the timeless and classic choices such as Santa Cecilia or Madura Gold. These colors have warm highlights but please do not make any final decisions until you see the full slabs in-person. Best of luck!

  • Jchreynolds 11:39PM, Jan 27 2013

    I am interested in 6 different granites and would like to know prices and locations available.  I live in zip code 13820 (Oneonta, NY).  I need 50 linear sq. ft (2 slabs):

    Santa Cecilia (392)
    Shalimar Gold (487)
    Taupe Gold (839)
    Typhoon Green (667)
    Madura Gold Select (598)
    Jungle Green (551)
    Juparana Persa (572)

    My kitchen is in a Colonial style home built in mid 80s.  Hardwoood honey oak floors and cabinets with almond appliances.  The family room is open to kitchen which is accented with gold tone on walls and olive green and burgendy furniture.  I am not sure which of these granite choices would look the best.  Any suggestions?

    Thank you for your help.
    Carolyn

  • Kim 10:11PM, May 14 2012

    We are remodeling our master bathroom.  Using soft white cabinets with a slate hightlight, juperana persa for countertop, and porcelain wood planks for the floor.  We now need to find a tile for the shower and the tub.  I saw angelica travertine today and thought that looked nice.  Would you recommend this?  What else would you recommend?

  • Jay S 07:41PM, Mar 2 2011 please let me know if you have any slabs this granite in that are 73 plus inches tall
    • All Granite and Marble 07:34AM, Mar 3 2011 Jay S: We have Juparana Persa in-stock at our Ridgefield Park, NJ location and the slab size is approx 67" x 112".
  • MAGS 12:50PM, Mar 8 2010 Thank you. Using a light subway tile, should I go with a porcelain or tumbled marble or tumbled limestone? Would you do an accent piece or accent strip on any of the walls, or would this make it too busy?
    • All Granite and Marble 01:16PM, Mar 8 2010 MAGS: Tumbled marble. I'm afraid the granite is pretty busy, you should keep the backsplash simple.
  • Mags 11:25PM, Mar 6 2010 We're installing cream glazed cabinets with oil rubbed bronze pulls and knobs and juprana persa granite. Walls are a warm red. Oak floor with a warm brown stain. SS appliances and SS farmhouse sink. What should I do for a backsplash? Any material recommedations that would go with the color palette and not clash w/ the juprana persa which is what we're hoping will be the WOW in the kitchen? What do you think of the juprana persa paired with this color palette?
    • All Granite and Marble 12:24PM, Mar 8 2010 Mags: You're doing great, this is a beautiful design. For backsplash i'd go with a light subway tile.
  • Gina 10:49AM, Feb 27 2010 Can you explain the difference between the two stone?
    • All Granite and Marble 11:40AM, Mar 1 2010 Gina: Yellow River has an overall lighter tone with white highlights, while Golden Persa has some gray highlights.
  • gina 11:26AM, Feb 26 2010 I was told that Jup. Persa and Yellow River were the same (or very close). Is this your opionion as well?
    • All Granite and Marble 08:49AM, Feb 27 2010 gina: Close, but not the same.
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