Imperial Danby, also known as Calacatta Sunrise, is a classic american marble, quarried in Vermont. This marble is also called Calacatta Sunrise, because of its light grey background and the golden grey veins, which make it look like other historic italian marble extracted in the Carrara quarries. The quarry of Imperial Danby has been operating for more than 100 years, is entirely inside the mountain and reaches almost one mile deep. Imperial Danby was widely used in the State as substitute of italian marbles from Carrara. This marble has a crystalline structure and the slabs usually need at least one resin processing, in order to increase the structural strength by fixing some natural defects and enhancing the brightness. The beautiful veins of Calacatta Sunrise allows the book-matched use of the slabs. Imperial Danby is commonly used for indoor application with the polished finiture but it is structurally strong and can be used with other finishings for tables, stairs, countertops, ventilate facades, claddings,..
|Finishings:||polished, honed, brushed, bush-hammered, sandblasted,|
|Also known as:||marble Imperial Danby, Calacatta Sunrise|