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Names and Origins of Stone - G

Name of Stone Origin Color Comments
Giaccione Alabastro     “Same as Alabastro A Giaccione.” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Giaccione Rossastro Alabastro     “Same as Alabastro A Giaccione Rossastro.” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Giallastro Nuvolato Alabastro     “Same as Alabastro Giallastro Nuvolato.” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Giallo Alabastrino     “Same (as Numidian Yellow), with patches of Alabaster.” (Also see the Giallo Antico or Giallo Antique entry above for more information.) (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Giallo Antico Granite Brazil   (5)
Giallo Antico Marble     “Giallo Antico or Giallo Antique” “Ancient name for Numidian Yellow. Some writers have confused this marble with Siena Old Convent, which was unknown to the ancient Romans; while the general color is similar, the purple veins of the Old Convent are large and flowing and it without fine veins. According to Pullen this name was restricted to a variety which he describes as a pale yellow, flushed with deeper yellow, and finely veined with purple, while other varieties of the same marble but slightly different in color were known by the following names.* (* See the marbles beginning with “Giallo” listed below that are from this source: “List of the World’s Marbles” below. (in Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Giallo Antico Marble On the summit at the extreme east of Montagne Grise near the village of Kleber in a district about 20 miles northeast of Oran, in the western part of Algeria, Africa A yellow marble

(“Algerian Marbles,” The Manufacturer and Builder, November 1887)

Giallo Ayorio Marble On the summit at the extreme east of Montagne Grise near the village of Kleber in a district about 20 miles northeast of Oran, in the western part of Algeria, Africa A yellow marble (“Algerian Marbles,” The Manufacturer and Builder, November 1887)
Giallo-Beach Granite Brazil   (5)
Gialo Bigiastro Marble   “Same (as Numidian Yellow), veined with gray.” (Also see the Giallo Antico or Giallo Antique entry above for more information.) (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Giallo Brecciato Marble “Quarried near the Banks of the Arno, Italy.” “Varying shades of yellow. (Blagrove)” “As Miss Porter mentions an ancient Giallo Brecciato as having been found at Chemton (Ancient Simitto Colonia), in the valley of the Medjerde, Tunis, Africa, and as this is where, according to Playfair and other authorities, Giallo Antico was found, it is possible that both are ancient names for Numidian Yellow.” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Giallo Brecciato Marble   “Same (as Numidian Yellow), with reddish-brown clay and white and yellow pebbles” (Also see the Giallo Antico or Giallo Antique entry above for more information.) (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Giallo Brecciato Bruno Marble   “Same (as Numidian Yellow), with brown pebbles on whitish yellow.” (Also see the Giallo Antico or Giallo Antique entry above for more information.) (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Giallo Brecciato Dorato Marble   “Same (as Numidian Yellow), gilded pebbles, in a paste of purplish-red.” (Also see the Giallo Antico or Giallo Antique entry above for more information.) (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Giallo Brecciato Pallido Marble   “Same, yellowish-brown, with pebbles of pale rosy white.” (Also see the Giallo Antico or Giallo Antique entry above for more information.) (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Giallo Brecciato Pallido Rossastro Marble   “Same (as Numidian Yellow), pale yellow, with pinkish-brown pebbles.” (Also see the Giallo Antico or Giallo Antique entry above for more information.) (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Giallo Brecciato Principe Marble   “Same (as Numidian Yellow), pure violet ground, spotted with white and pebbles of bright dreamy yellow or shattered gold on purple or orange pebbles on red.” (Also see the Giallo Antico or Giallo Antique entry above for more information.) (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Giallo California Granite Brazil   (5)
Giallo Canarino     Giallo Canarino or Giallo Carnagione...Roman names for Numidian Yellow.” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Giallo Canarino Marble On the summit at the extreme east of Montagne Grise near the village of Kleber in a district about 20 miles northeast of Oran, in the western part of Algeria, Africa A yellow marble (“Algerian Marbles,” The Manufacturer and Builder, November 1887)
Giallo Carnagione Marble   “Same (as Numidian Yellow), flesh color and pink, stained with dusty brownish yellow.” (Also see the Giallo Antico or Giallo Antique entry above for more information.) (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Giallo Carnagione Disfatto Marble   “Same (as Numidian Yellow), fleshy red, broken and crushed.” (Also see the Giallo Antico or Giallo Antique entry above for more information.) (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Giallo Carnagione Tigrato Marble   “Same, stains of fleshy red, untidedly (sic) surrounded by grayish-white.” (Also see the Giallo Antico or Giallo Antique entry above for more information.) (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Giallo Con Frappo di Arno Marble “Quarry near the banks of the Arno, Italy.” “Yellow with large bands of deeper yellow. (Blagrove)” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Giallo Crystal Marble China   (5)
Giallo Dantas Granite Brazil   (5)
Giallo di Mori Marble “Mori Quarries in the Commune of Mori, Tyrol, Austria.” “Bright orange yellow with light and dark sinuous veinings and having a few small white patches. (Watson)” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Giallo di Siena Marble   “Same as Siena Yellow Galena.” (Also see the Giallo Antico or Giallo Antique entry above for more information.) (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Giallo di Siena Brecciato Marble “Quarried near Montarenti, Tuscany, Italy.” “Brown and white with yellow stones.” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Giallo di Siena Dorato Marble     “Same as Siena Yellow Galena.” (Also see the Giallo Antico or Giallo Antique entry above for more information.) (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Giallo di Siena E Nero Marble     “Same as Siena Brocattello with more black veins.” (Also see the Giallo Antico or Giallo Antique entry above for more information.) (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Giallo di Siena Venato Marble     “Same as Siena Brocattello.” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Giallo Dorato Tigrato Marble “Same, gilded yellow, with purplish veins.”   (Also see the Giallo Antico or Giallo Antique entry above for more information.) (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Giallo Dorato Cupo Tigrato Marble   “Same, dark gilded yellow.” (Also see the Giallo Antico or Giallo Antique entry above for more information.) (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Giallo Dorato Piritifero Tigrato Marble   “Same, gold and rose, with black spots showing crystals of sulphate of iron.” (Also see the Giallo Antico or Giallo Antique entry above for more information.) (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Giallo E Nero Antico Island of Rhodes “Black veined with golden yellow.” Giallo E Nero Antico or Marmor Rhodium. “An ancient marble from the Island of Rhodes.” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Giallo E Nero di Porto Venere     “(Black and Gold) - See Portor.” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Giallo Fasciato Tigrato Marble   “Same, yellow banded with white.” (Also see the Giallo Antico or Giallo Antique entry above for more information.) (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Giallo-Fiorito Granite Brazil   (5)
Giallo Focato Tigrato Marble   “Same, uniform pink, crossed by the action of fire.” (Also see the Giallo Antico or Giallo Antique entry above for more information.) (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Giallo Liniato di Arno Marble “Quarry near the banks of the Arno, Tuscany, Italy.” “Yellow with fine bands of deeper yellow. (Blagrove)” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Giallo Linato di Mugnione Marble “Quarried near Mugnione, Tuscany, Italy.” “Yellow mingled with red with veins of brownish shade. (Blagrove)” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Giallo Mello Tigrato Marble   “Same, honey colored yellow, with large stains of light gray and similar ones of white.” (Also see the Giallo Antico or Giallo Antique entry above for more information.) (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Giallo Paglino Tigrato Marble   “Same, uniform straw color.” (Also see the Giallo Antico or Giallo Antique entry above for more information.) (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Giallo Pallido Tigrato Marble   “Same, cream colored, streaked with rose or chocolate and spotted with bluish-gray.” (Also see the Giallo Antico or Giallo Antique entry above for more information.) (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Giallo Paonazzo     “Same as Numidian Pavonazzo.” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Giallo Paonazro Marble On the summit at the extreme east of Montagne Grise near the village of Kleber in a district about 20 miles northeast of Oran, in the western part of Algeria, Africa A yellow marble (“Algerian Marbles,” The Manufacturer and Builder, November 1887)
Giallo Picchiettato Tigrato Marble   “Same, pale and golden yellow, minutely punctured or lichened with brown.” (Also see the Giallo Antico or Giallo Antique entry above for more information.) (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Giallo Real Verona, Italy   Interiors (11)
Giallo Rossastro Tigrato Marble   “Same, purplish yellow.” (Also see the Giallo Antico or Giallo Antique entry above for more information.) (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Giallo Sfrangiato Tigrato Marble   “Same, yellow and light brown, disposed in lumps like raw silk.” (Also see the Giallo Antico or Giallo Antique entry above for more information.) (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Giallo Siena Marble Siena, Italy Brecciated, Golden yellow marble with dark veining Interior floorings and veneers (11)
Giallo Siena Marble Italy Golden yellow marble with dark veining, brecciated  
Giallo Solforato Marble   “Same, uniform bright sulphur color.” (Also see the Giallo Antico or Giallo Antique entry above for more information.) (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Giallo Tigrato     “Same as Marmor Corinthium.” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Giallo Tigrato Pallido Marble     “Same as the pale variety of Marmor Corinthium.” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Giallo Tori Marble Italy ?    
Giallo Venato Marble   “Same, yellow veined with white.” (Also see the Giallo Antico or Giallo Antique entry above for more information.) (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Giallo Verona     “See Yellow Verona.” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Giallo Verona Marble Italy Golden color; deep gold; golden color field  
Gialloitabela Granite Brazil (Bahia)   (5)
Gialletto Verona Verona, Italy   Interior (11)
Giannecchia Stone Brazil ( Bahia )   (5)
Gibraltar Onyx “Quarry at Stalacite Caves, of St. Michael, Gibralter.” “Brown and amber with veins or varying shade. (Watson)” Gibraltar Stone or Gibraltar Onyx...Generally used for trinkets.” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Gibraltar Stone “Quarry at Stalacite Caves, of St. Michael, Gibralter.” “Brown and amber with veins or varying shade. (Watson)” Gibraltar Stone or Gibraltar Onyx...Generally used for trinkets.” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Giglio Granite     “See Granito di Giglio.” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Gila Quarries “On the Gila River.”   “See Ricolite.” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Gioia Stone Bari (Gioia del Colle) Apulia Region, Italy   (12)
Gioia Veined Marble (Venato Gioia) Tuscany, Italy   Interior (12)
Gioja Quarries (location) Italy “...uniformly white and somewhat translucent.” “According to Merrill the marble from this quarry ‘is fine grained and uniformly white and somewhat translucent.’” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Gippsland     “See Buchan, Buchan Gray, Buchan Gray and Fawn, Orbst and Toongabbie.” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Girolomo “Quarry in Istria, Italy.” “Light fawn with darker veins and yellow mottlings. (Watson)” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Giuschi Limestone Egypt Dark cream colored Stone Magazine, Vol. XLVI, No. 1, Jan., 1925 (“soft & easily worked)
Givet     “Same as Rouge de Givet.” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Gjelleboek Marble “Quarried in Norway.” “Gray with rather unusual tinge of green and brown veins.” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Glageon Marble “Quarried at Glageon in Nord, France.” “Blackish-gray with small gray fossils. (Blagrove)” “Glageon or Lumachelle.” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Glamorganshire Alabaster     “See Welsh Alabaster.” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Glen Falls Black Marble “Quarry at Glen Falls, New York.” USA “Jet black with few faint hair lines.” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Glenmont Sandstone Glenmont, Ohio, USA    
Gloucestershire     “See Cotham.” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Gloversville Granite New York, USA Dark gray Stone Magazine, Vol. XLV, No. 2, Feb., 1924 (gneissic rock; general construction purposes)
Goa Red Granite India   Interior and exterior (12)
Godfrey Quarries (location) “Near Friedsville, Blount County, Tennessee.” USA   “Produced Champion Pink, Holston Pink and Roseal.” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Goias Pink Granite Brazil   (5)
Golconda Dolomitic Limestone Bone Mill, Ryder Point, Matlock, Derbyshire, UK Usually cream or "gold" Used for walling, architectural details, paving and flooring (2)
Goldbank Fein Limestone Germany   (5)
Goldbank Grob Limestone Germany   (5)
Goldberg Limestone Germany   (5)
Gold-Garnet Granite Brazil   (5)
Goldedar Marble “Daniel Quarries at Nehden, Westphalia, Germany.” “Deep black with well-defined white veins. (Watson)” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Golden Aphrodite Marble Southeastern Alaska, USA There are three varieties of Aprhodite Marble:  “Royal Aphrodite” has a lavender cast; “Golden Aphrodite” is riddled with gold and yellow; and “Red Stripe” Aphrodite has red banding.

Quarried by Stone Arts of Alaska.  Aphrodite Marble contains fossils.

Golden Breccia “Quarries at Castle Island, near Tralee, County Kerry, Ireland.” “Light pink and deep red mottles with white dots and spots. (Watson)” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Golden Cipolline (Valdieri) Cuneo, Piedmont Region, Italy   (12)
Golden Cream Granite Egypt   (5)
Golden Diamond Granite China   (5)
Golden Granite Bulgaria   (5)
Golden Gray Marble “Gray Knox Quarry, near Knoxville, Tennessee.” USA “Dark pinkish-gray with crow feet markings of brownish-blue.” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) 1907, Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Golden Line Red Marble China Golden/red (5)
Golden Onyx “Ain Smara Quarries, Constantine, Algeria, Africa.” “Mottled light amber with white wavy bands.” “See Onyx Dore Passe. Stalagmite du Bedat is also called Golden Onyx.” O r Onyx D’Ore (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Golden Onyx “Quarried near Bagneres-de-Bigorre, Hautes-Pyrenees, France.” “Bright golden color, slightly mottled.” “Stalagmite du Bedat or Golden Onyx.” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Throvgh The Ages, mag., (circa 1920) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Golden Pink Dark Granite “The Malnati Pink quarry is in the township of East Lyme, 2 miles northwest of the Niantic station and 160 feet above it.  (See Pl. I.)  Operator:  Angelo Malnati, 76 Liberty Street, Quincy, Mass.” “A somewhat darker granite (specimen D, XXX, 7, &), ‘Golden pink dark,’ from the same quarry, is of medium inclining to dark pinkish gray color and of the same texture and composition as the other, but the quartz is more smoky (section shows cavities in sheets), the oligoclase is more altered and darker, and zircon appears.’….” (The Granites of Connecticut, Bulletin 484, by Nelson T. Dale and Herbert E. Gregory, USGS, 1911, pp. 97.  Available on Google Books)
Golden Pink Granite Connecticut, USA Medium pinkish-gray Stone Magazine, Vol. XLV, No. 1, Jan., 1924
Golden Pink Niantic Granite “The Malnati Pink quarry is in the township of East Lyme, 2 miles northwest of the Niantic station and 160 feet above it.  (See Pl. I.)  Operator:  Angelo Malnati, 76 Liberty Street, Quincy, Mass.” “‘Golden Pink Niantic,’ is a quartz monzonite of medium pinkish-gray color.  The granite (specimen D, XXX, 7, a, rough; e), polished and hammered, related to ‘Westerly granite’), ‘Golden Pink Niantic,’ is a quartz monzonite of medium pinkish-gray color and of even-grained fine granitic texture, with feldspars and mica to 0.1 inch.”  (The Granites of Connecticut, Bulletin 484, by Nelson T. Dale and Herbert E. Gregory, USGS, 1911, pp. 97.  Available on Google Books)
Golden Spider Marble Greece   (5)
Golden Stone (Pietra Dorata) Tuscany, Italy   Interior and exterior (12)
Golden Vein Colorado Yule Marble or Colorado Yule Golden Vein “Quarried on Yule Creek, near Marble, Gunnison County, Colorado.” USA “White, with veins of a creamish yellow light clouding.” “See Colorado Yule Golden Vein.” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) 1907, Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Goldstone Granite Columbia   (5)
Golzinnes Quarries (location) Quarried near Golzinnes, Belgium.   Black Belgium marble (Noir Belge) is quarried near this place. (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Gonari Green Marble (Verde Gonari) Sardinia, Italy   Interior (12)
Good Castol Quarries (location)     (See Cornish Serpentine.) (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Goonhilly Downs (location)     “On Goonhilly Downs one of the Cornish Serpentines is quarried.” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Gora Quarries (location)     “See Sabalgarh.” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Gorlinger Quarries (location)     “See Sussex.” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Gortan-Corna Quarries (location)     “See Ballachulish.” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Gosobor Marble Tennessee, USA.   “An extravagantly described brand of Tennessee Pink Marble. No longer available.” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Goss Pink Granite Maine, USA Pinkish-lavender tined medium gray Stone Magazine, Vol. XLV, No. 1, Jan., 1924 (building & monumental work)
Gougnies Quarries (location)     “See St. Anne.” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Gouveneur Marble “Quarried near Gouverneur, New York.” USA “Various colors” “Name given to marble quarried near Gouverneur, New York...Used for monumental work.” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Gradorado Marble Inkley Marble Quarries Company Quarry in the SW ¼ Sec. 36, T. 38 N., R. 8 E., Ste. Genevieve County, Missouri. “A brownish-gray marble of dark colors but liter in color than the ‘Indorado’.  Mottled with small, white flecks where fossils are present.” From Missouri Marble, by Norman S. Hinchey, Report of Investigations No. 3, Missouri Geological Survey and Water Resources, Rolla, Missouri, 1946.
Gragnano Marbles “Quarried near Gragnano, Campania, Italy.” “Small bluish-white fragments cemented closely by a chalk red cement. (Merrill)” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Gramat “Gramat Quarries in Lot, France.” “Yellow with irregular brownish markings. (Blagrove)” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)

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