Blue marble is a natural stone capable of visually connecting us with the sky and the sea. Sodalite Blue, composed of lazulite, calcite, and pyrite, creates a velvety cobalt sea furrowed by golden waves.
The most abundant veins in the blue marble are those of white color, although it can also present blue veins (more or less bright than the base), orange, grey, or even golden veins.
Blue Calcite brocade combines blue with steel, pastel, and pearl tones while generating large white streaks in the large format. Azul Macaubas features a crystalline sky-blue background with white, and orange striations.