Labrador Brown

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Original name:
Labrador Brown

Other name(s) used:
Labrador Antique, Labrador Antique Blue, Falcon Eye
Material:
granite

Internet ID:
294
Country of origin:
Other
Pattern:
Speckles
Colors:
Brown
Application:
Kitchen, Bathroom, Fireplace, Floor, Outdoor
Comments:
This granite mainly consists of dark purple specks with lighter purple mica flex. It has a tight pattern that’s very even.
1 SET
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COMMENTS:

  • Marble.com - Jack 02:16PM, Jun 6 2014

    You could stop in at our Farmingdale location or e-mail us a sketch with dimensions. Be sure to include a contact number and zip code of installation. Our Farmingdale, LI location does not have this stone but our Ridgefield Park, NJ location does. We could transfer the stone to you with no problems. Please let me know if you have any questions.

  • Rockie730 10:58PM, Jun 5 2014

    If i wanted Laborador Antique is there a process where i could get it on Long Island.

  • Marble.com - Derek 04:01PM, Apr 13 2012

    We have Labrador Brown & Labrador Antique only at our Ridgefield Park, NJ location at the moment. They are indeed very similar stones, but the Antique is a very premium, sharper, and more elegant version of the two, which is what makes it pricier compared to the Brown variety. 

  • Dfabel1 12:56PM, Apr 13 2012

    What is the difference between Laborador Brown and Laborador Antique??  The "names used" above says they are one and the same, but each the Antique references pieces of bright blue and I'm not sure how it will look.  The Brown may be more consistent.  Can you advise and let me know if you have both at your Deer Park facility?

  • Marble.com - Kinga 04:26PM, Jul 12 2011 Like Derek mentioned, we do not sell full slabs. If you would like us to fabricate a project for you please contact a sales office nearest you.
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  • Marble.com - Derek 01:49PM, Jul 12 2011 We do not sell per slab, we are a countertop fabricator.
  • Laura 01:12PM, Jul 10 2011 how much labrador per slab
  • Maggie 10:33AM, Jul 26 2009 Followed your advice, took sample home, love it but it doesn't do much for the cabinets. DH says it looks pink. So I will buy a piece for my PR vanity it has dark espresso finish and will look great, so I still get to have it!
  • Maggie 06:56PM, Jul 25 2009 Is this the same as Labrador Anitco, Antique and Antique Extra? I've viewed slabs marked as such and they had a definite grayish/taupe background, I brought some home am waiting for some sun in the kitchen to see what it does in the light. It doesn't look bad right now, I love the color in it.
    • All Granite and Marble 09:29AM, Jul 27 2009 Maggie: Good luck! :-)
  • Maggie 04:46PM, Jul 3 2009 I really this one could it go with my Sangria Maple cabinets or would it blend in. I think the purple specks would pick up the burgundy in the cabinets.
    • All Granite and Marble 10:21AM, Jul 6 2009 Maggie: I would grab a sample of the stone if I were you. This one likes to change a lot depending on the lighting.
  • Jennifer 08:05PM, Jan 7 2009 Can you please tell me what quarry this Labrador Brown stone comes from and if it is currenlty avaialble?
    • All Granite and Marble 03:35PM, Jan 9 2009 Jennifer: Yes it is available.
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