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Original name:

Other name(s) used:
Golden Thunder, Vulcan Gold

Internet ID:
Country of origin:
Brown, Gold, White
Kitchen, Bathroom, Fireplace, Floor
This granite is composed of an erratic blend of burgundy, purple, gold, and beige tones.
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  • Peter 07:48PM, Jun 7 2013

    Unfortunately no, this is a super premium stone, Sorry.

  • John 11:24PM, May 28 2013

    We were in S Plainfield today and saw barbarella, I have it marked as double blue price is this correct? If not what is it?

  • - Nick 02:08PM, May 20 2013

    It is more likely that the photo here is from a different batch of stone than what we've got in stock. Take a look at this comparison table of Hurricane granite compared side by side with Brown Alpine -

  • Mardon 09:39PM, May 17 2013

    PS-- floor is a deep brown hardwood and I want to go with a light travertine backsplash

  • Mardon 09:37PM, May 17 2013

    I was at your Ridgefield Park location today. Our new cabinets will be a natural maple with a nutmeg accent. I saw a beautiful slab of golden thunder at your location but it looks nothing like the picture of barbarella here on your website. This picture has a lot of purples whereas the slab was mostly rich browns and golds which is what I am looking for. Is it possible I was given the wrong name. I am looking for a stone that has a lot of rich deep browns to offset the light maple and pick up the nutmeg accent of my cabinets. I was also looking at alpine brown which looked similar to the golden thunder in your yard. Any suggestions. Help.

  • Tandi 11:14AM, Sep 11 2010 Do you have a photo of Barbarella installed on your site?
    • All Granite and Marble 09:49AM, Sep 13 2010 Tandi: Unfortunately we do not.