Red Dragon

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Original name:
Red Dragon

Other name(s) used:
Rojo Dragon, Dragon Red, Bloody Mary
Material:
granite

Internet ID:
369
Country of origin:
Brazil
Pattern:
Veins
Colors:
Red
Application:
Kitchen, Bathroom, Fireplace, Outdoor
Comments:
Beautiful red stone with thin black veins and some gray specks.
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COMMENTS:

  • Marble.com - Walter 06:29PM, Jun 3 2013

    We do not - Sorry!

  • mirasol aclan 08:51AM, Jun 3 2013

    have u branch here in the philipines or store showroom...???

  • Hank 03:59PM, Mar 20 2011 We have cream colored cabinets (washed maple) with natural colored hardwood-the red is very appealing but having trouble with the back splash colors and tile shapes-
    • All Granite and Marble 09:18AM, Mar 21 2011 Hank: Go light on the backsplash, a creamy brick pattern subway tile would be appropriate.
  • Alam 03:36PM, Mar 8 2011 I would like to know how much will be the cost per sq. ft (Red Dragon) including installation.
    • All Granite and Marble 01:33PM, Mar 9 2011 Alam: For pricing please contact our sales office. We do not have a set per square foot price.
  • Wendi 10:44PM, Jul 1 2010 Ihave a red travertine vessel sink with a chiseled edge. It is a dark red/rust with some back veins in it. Would Red Dragon be a good countertop underneath it or is it too similar to the bowl? Any suggestions on what to put under red travertine?
    • All Granite and Marble 10:13AM, Jul 2 2010 Wendi: Perhaps a stone with some darker tones to offset all the red. Try Tan Brown.
  • Anna 01:50PM, Jun 2 2010 Hi, We are thinking of Red dragon granite over black coloured cabinets for the island. For the rest of the kitche, we'll have Madura Gold over Maghoany coloured cabinets with Torreon tumbled backsplash. Will that work?
    • All Granite and Marble 03:38PM, Jun 2 2010 Anna: Sounds like an excellent combination. The Red Dragon will look very sleek on black cabinets, and the Madura Gold will compliment the mahogany wood nicely.
  • jamie 02:54PM, May 24 2010 We have a large L-shaped island in black w/ rubbed accents that appear to come out as red/rust so we want to use this red dragon...finding a piece with lots of blacks and movement. On the perimeter we will have cherry cabs in a bourbon noir finish...some black in corners etc. We were thinking black granite there but, have now fallen for crema bordeaux... one w/ more rusts. blacks and movement. Do you think this is a good contrast??? if the bordeaux matches up w/ the rust of the dragon???
    • All Granite and Marble 04:51PM, May 24 2010 Jamie: Two different stones and cabinet colors is a hard design to pull off, but you are on the right track. It seems like everything is coming together nicely. The Red Dragon will offset the black island and the Bordeaux will compliment the cherry cabinets. In addition, if you find nice slabs with rich golden/rusty veins then the two granite colors will match up beautifully.
  • Ellie 12:25AM, May 15 2010 Sorry, in the previous question I meant "red Dragon" not "red granite". I couldn't find red dragon granite in the available list, and would like to know if it's available and what is the price
    • All Granite and Marble 09:09AM, May 15 2010 Ellie: It's available at our Ridgefield Park, NJ and South Plainfield, NJ locations, but for pricing contact our sales office (201-440-6779) as the online estimate must be unlocked for Red Dragon price.
  • Ellie 12:23AM, May 15 2010 I used the online estimate tool, but couldn't select "red granite" (it's not on the list). Is it available, and how does the price compare with "red Brazil"? Thanks
  • elaine 04:51PM, Apr 11 2010 How would Red Dragon countertops look with a cream colored cabinet? What color floor could I go with?
    • All Granite and Marble 12:27PM, Apr 13 2010 elaine: Excellent combination. Perhaps terracotta tile for the floors.
  • joy 09:24PM, Apr 14 2009 may be you can ask your supplier where is the origin,but take more trouble.i'm a person once finding the question i will try to solve it,so i told you what i found above.
    • All Granite and Marble 08:06AM, Apr 15 2009 joy: Our supplier is the quarry. We only deal directly with quarries.
  • joy 03:09AM, Apr 14 2009 i just in anothe website saw that the origin of red dragon is Argentina,but you said it is from brazil.which is correct?
    • All Granite and Marble 11:35AM, Apr 14 2009 joy: You are right, I have found evidence on the internet that a stone named Red Dragon comes from Argentina. But stone names change and it is very hard to trace them back to its origin. I know for a fact that our supplier of this stone is in Brazil. Maybe the name is just similar.
  • Lesli 09:33PM, Mar 26 2009 I am planning on using red dragon for my kitchen counter tops. what backsplash choice would recommended?
    • All Granite and Marble 11:57AM, Apr 3 2009 Lesli: Use something simple so it won't clash with the veins in red dragon.
  • Dave 02:55PM, Apr 8 2008 I want to use Red Dragon for my island but am having a hard time finding a big enough slab (68x120). Have you seen any slabs big enough?
    • All Granite and Marble 04:48PM, Apr 8 2008 Dave: That's a good question for our sales office. Give them a call :)
  • rob 09:50PM, Mar 17 2008 I'm also planning to use red dragon on the island with a dark brown glaze(mahogany look) on cherry cabinets. Any suggestion for a complimentary countertop for the rest of the kitchen?
    • All Granite and Marble 11:19AM, Apr 4 2008 rob: Black. Not much else that would go with this intense red.
  • Cheryl 02:52PM, Nov 8 2007 Okay. What if I ditch the Red Dragon, because I've also been liking the Red Ravel. I think the cream lines in the red ravel would blend in more with the antique white/brown glazed cabinets. The green on the walls is I think a pale green. It's called Sievl Green. Is that too contrasting with the red?
    • All Granite and Marble 08:59AM, Nov 9 2007 Cheryl: Red Ravel is about the same thing... Perhaps you can tone it down a notch in the reds... Take a look at Tabacco.
  • Cheryl 01:09PM, Nov 6 2007 I plan to use Red Dragon on my kitchen island. My cabinets will be an antique white with a brown glaze. I'm having a terrible time matching a counter color. Any suggestions would be appreciated please. I think I have settled on a wall paint called Sevle Green.
    • All Granite and Marble 09:01AM, Nov 7 2007 Cheryl: Putting a strong red and green together in one room might not be the smartest thing to do. These colors can clash really bad. Rethink your color pallet.
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