Granite begins as liquid magma deep within the earth's core.  It is extremely dense and is formed from quartz, feldspar, and mica.  Granite is harder and heavier than marble, is not subject to staining, and is less prone to scratching.  The granular texture of granite is as unique as a fingerprint.  The grain of one is never identical to the next.  Some are uniform while others are veined.  The shade, veining, and movements add to their character.

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