Granite Colors

The word "Granite" comes from the latin granum, a grain, which describes its characteristic structure. Granite, an igneous rock, was formed billions of years ago when magma cooled deep beneath the earth's crust. Nearly as durable as diamond, granite owes its density and hardness to its origins, solidified deep within the earth under extreme pressure. Granite is a natural stone, and because graining and coloration come from the earth itself, granite cannot be mimicked or manufactured. No two stones are alike, which adds to the beauty and charm.

Below are the different colors of granite we carry for memorials.