Green Onyx

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Original name:
Green Onyx

Other name(s) used:
Onice Verde, Multi Green Onyx, Medium Green Onyx, Onice Verde Dark
Material:
onyx

Internet ID:
903
Country of origin:
Pakistan
Pattern:
Veins
Colors:
Brown, Gold, Green, White
Application:
Bathroom, Fireplace, Floor
Comments:
A very busy onyx composed of heavy veining of brown, beige, rust, and gold and areas of an emerald green color. Portions of this stone are semi-translucent and can be back-lit.
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COMMENTS:

  • Peter 07:34PM, Aug 26 2013

    Yes, come on down!

  • Eliza 01:17PM, Aug 11 2013

    I would love to have this in 22.5 in.x22. 5in. for the top of my side table. Can I order it hones and polished? I can come to pick up.
    Thanks,
    Eliza

  • daniel 10:08PM, Mar 17 2011 good day, just looking at your site - some truly fantastic stone. I was wondering how does Onyx compare to granite and marble for price...........say for a countertop thanks
    • All Granite and Marble 07:45AM, Mar 18 2011 Daniel: Onyx is more expensive than the average marble or granite. For an estimate on Onyx for a countertop, please contact our sales office with the measurements you require.
  • MIKE 04:16PM, Mar 11 2010 WHAT IS THE PRICE FOR THIS STONE? THANK YOU.
    • All Granite and Marble 09:43AM, Mar 12 2010 MIKE: For pricing please contact the sales office.
  • Susan 12:49PM, Feb 18 2010 Need 65 pieces of 12 x 12 green onyx for flooring
    • All Granite and Marble 04:35PM, Feb 18 2010 Susan: We do not sell tiles.
  • malti 10:40PM, Feb 10 2010 i need green onyx counntertop
    • All Granite and Marble 09:46AM, Feb 11 2010 malti: We have a slab of Green Onyx at our Ridgefield Park, NJ location. Contact the sales office for pricing.
  • Tracy 08:57PM, Jul 3 2009 I have never seen onyx before, it's lovely! How is the durability for kitchen countertop use vs. granite? Is it much more costly than granite? Thanks!
    • All Granite and Marble 10:23AM, Jul 6 2009 Tracy: It's rather fragile and not recommended for kitchen use. It usually comes in very small slabs making it that much more difficult to use. And for the most part, it is more expensive than granite.
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