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Names and Origins of Stone - G

Name of Stone Origin Color Comments
Gran Violet Granite Brazil   (5)
Grand Antique Marble Unknown   “Modern name for Nero Antico or Noir Antique, one of the ancient marbles of unknown origin.” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Grand Antique (Ariege) “Castelnau Quarries, Aubert, Ariege, France.” “Black with white fragments apparently brecciated but fairly sound.” “The Romans are supposed to have opened these quarries originally and later abandoned them. They were reopened during the middle of the eighteenth century.” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Grand Antique (Nord) “Quarried at Jeumont, Nord, France.” “Black, with white veins and occasional white patches.” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Grand Antique Belge Marble “Quarry at Namur and Bioulix, Namur, Belgium” “Dark blue-black with slender white markings.” “Sometimes called Bleu Belge Marble or Belge Grand Antique.” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) 1907; 1994 the MIA) http://www.marble-institute.com/
Grand Antique Belge     “Same as Bleu Belge.” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Grand Brun Marble “Quarried near Rousset, Bouches-du-Rhone, France.” “Variegated gray, brown and white. (Blagrove.)” Rousset Brown or Grand Brun.  (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Grand Chartreuse Marble “Chartreuse Quarry, in Isere, France.” “Mottled white, gray, pink, brown and yellow. (Blagrove)” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Grand Deuil Marble “Quarried at Moulis, Ariege, France.” “White with black veins. (Watson)” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Grand Isle Fleuri Marble Vermont, USA Dark gray except for the pieces that are brecciated, which are lighter gray. Quarried by the Vermont Marble Co., 1932, Interior marble. (10)
Grand Jaspe Marble “Quarried in the Biros Valley, Ariege, France.” “Variegated, gray, yellow, brown, green and white. (Blagrove)” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Grand Noir Marble “Quarried at Pouilly, in Doubs, France.” “Black. Sometimes marked with white and gray. (Blagrove)” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Grand Rouge Marble “Quarried at Belasta and Montiferrier, Ariege, France.” “White, gray and red. (Blagrove)” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Grandee Granite Australia   (5)
Grand Gulf Sandstone Rankin County, Mississippi, USA “Light gray, varying to nearly white” Stone Magazine, Vol. XLIV, No. 9, Sept, 1923 ("...in hardness varies from a friable mass that crumbles to a hard quartzite.”)
Granite Aurisina Marble (Aurisina Granitello) Friuli, Venezia Giulia, Italy   Interior and exterior (12)
Granite Heights Granite Wisconsin, USA Deep red Stone Magazine, Vol. XLV, No. 3, Mar., 1924 (“similar to the Wausau red”)
Granite of the Forum     “Same as Claudian Stone.” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Granite Railway Syenite Quincy, Massachusetts, USA    
Granite Vert des Vosges     “Same as Vert des Vosges.” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Granited Black Travertine Belgium   (5)
Graniti-Drama White Marble Greece   (5)
Granito Bianco E Nero (Granite)   “...the color of which is white with round and oval black spots evenly distributed.” “This ancient granite, according to Pullen in ‘Roman Marbles,’ is a syenite; the color of which is white with round and oval black spots evenly distributed.” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Granito Bianco E Nero Della Colonna (Granite)   “Light gray and white, with large oblong black stains due to crystals of hornblende; evenly distributed. (Pullen)” “Ancient Granite.” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Granito Bianco Montorfano Novara, Italy   Interior and exterior (11)
Granito Bigio “From Syene, Egypt.” “Black, with minute lichen of gray, tinged with pinkish brown.” “Granito Bigio or Lapis Syenites.” “According to Pullen this and the following varieties of Ancient Granite, the names of which are prefixed ‘Granito Bigio,’ are all from Syene: Granito Bigio Btonzato, Granito Bigio Cupo Tigrato, Granito Bigio Dendritico, Granito Bigio E Nero, Granito Bigio Macchiato, Granito Bigio Minuto, Granito Bigio Minuto Confuso, Granito Bigio Minuto Lineare, Granito Bigio Minuto Rossastro, Granito Bigio Perlato, Granito Bigio Rossastro, Granito Bigio Terro, Granito Bigio Turchinicco, Granito Bigio Verdeastro, Granito Bigio Verdognolo (Pedicolare).” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Granito Bigio (Granite) “From Syene, Egypt.” “Dark gray, with short faint black lines and spots of coppery mica.” This granite is a variety of “Ancient Granite,” according to Pullen. (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Granito Bigio Cupo Tigrato (Granite) “From Syene, Egypt.” “Dark gray, with lighter pools.” This granite is a variety of “Ancient Granite,” according to Pullen. (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Granito Bigio Dendritico (Granite) “From Syene, Egypt.” “Foliated like the branch of a tree.” This granite is a variety of “Ancient Granite,” according to Pullen. (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Grnito Bigio E Nero (Granite) “From Syene, Egypt.” “Bluish gray on jet black.” This granite is a variety of “Ancient Granite,” according to Pullen. (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Granito Bigio Macchiato (Granite) “From Syene, Egypt.” “Gray, spotted with white.” This granite is a variety of “Ancient Granite,” according to Pullen. (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Granito Bigio Minuto (Granite) “From Syene, Egypt.” “Minute mixture of black, white and pink.” This granite is a variety of “Ancient Granite,” according to Pullen. (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Granito Bigio Minuto Confuso (Granite) “From Syene, Egypt.” “Dark bluish gray with lichen of lighter shade, indistinctly traced.” This granite is a variety of “Ancient Granite,” according to Pullen. (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Granito Bigio Minuto Lineare “From Syene, Egypt.”   “Similar, with disposition to lines.” This granite is a variety of “Ancient Granite,” according to Pullen. (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Granito Bigio Minuto Rossastro (Granite) “From Syene, Egypt.” “Similar, with suspicion of pink.” This granite is a variety of “Ancient Granite,” according to Pullen. (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA) Granito Bigio Perlato (Granite)
Granito Bigio Terro (Granite) “From Syene, Egypt.” “Whitish earthy gray sown with spots of black.” This granite is a variety of “Ancient Granite,” according to Pullen. (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Granito Bigio Turchinicco (Granite) “From Syene, Egypt.” “Grayish lilac, with foliation of white and spots of black.” This granite is a variety of “Ancient Granite,” according to Pullen. (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Granito Bigio Verdastro (Granite) “From Syene, Egypt.” “Greenish gray.” This granite is a variety of “Ancient Granite,” according to Pullen. (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Granito Bigio Verdognolo (Pedicolare) “From Syene, Egypt.” “Small oblong whitish and black crystals on greenish gray.” This granite is a variety of “Ancient Granite,” according to Pullen. (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Granito Bruno (Granite) Unknown quarry. “Brown with small markings.” “An ancient granite from an unknown quarry.” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Granito Bruno Giallastro (Granite) Unknown quarry. “Sooty brown, with minute round light spots like transparent gems.” “Ancient granite from unknown quarry.” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Granito Carnicino Grigiastro (Granite) Unknown quarry. “Mottled with flesh color, pale gray and black.” “Ancient granite from unknown quarry.” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Granito Corallino Minuto (Granite) Unknown quarry. “Minute mixture of fiery red and reddish black.” “Ancient granite, unknown quarry.” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Grnito Del Foro (Granite) “All of the Del Foro granites are supposed to come from Syene, Egypt.” “Generally, white quartz and feldspar with spots of mica equally distant, and a few yellowish dots.” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Granito Del Foro Arrugginito (Granite) “All of the Del Foro granites are supposed to come from Syene, Egypt.” “Rusted with chocolate or bronze.” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Granito Del Foro Bicolare (Granite) “All of the Del Foro granites are supposed to come from Syene, Egypt.” “Similar (to Granito Del Foro Arrugginito), banded with red.” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Granito Del Foro Roseo (Granite) “All of the Del Foro granites are supposed to come from Syene, Egypt.” “Rosy, with spots and veins of grass green.” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Granito Della Sedia (Granite)   “White and green, irregularly distributed with large patches of brownish green. (Pullen)” “An ancient granite from unknown quarry.” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Granito Del Sempione (Granite) “According to Pullen this ancient granite is from quarries near Baveno.” “Bluish-white freckled with black, and regularly marked with crystals of transparent bluish gray.” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Granito Dendritico (Erborizzato) (Granite) Unknown quarry. “Lilac and white grounds with foliation of black.” “Ancient granite from unknown quarry.” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Granito di Elba (Granite) Island of Elba “Grayish white, dotted and punctured with black mica.” “An ancient granite from the Island of Elba.” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Granito di Giglio (Granite) “From the Island of Giglio, in the Mediterranean.” “Gray with large crystallized lilac spots.” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Granito di Giglio Macchiato (Granite)   “Similar (to Granito di Giglio), with stains of black and white.” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Granito di Levanto     “Same as Verde White di Levante.” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Granito Foto Granite Argentina Green and black (5)
Granito Grafico (Granite) “from Tyrol and Siberia” “Earthy gray with black crystal lines like Hebrew letters and sparkling chips of bronzed mica.” “A modern granite probably unknown to the ancient Romans, from Tyrol and Siberia.” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Granito Grigio Perlato Di Sardegna Sassari, Italy   Interior and exterior (11)
Granito Minuto Della Sedia (Granite) Unknown quarry White and green “Similar to Granito Della Sedia and probably from the same quarry, but in this variety the brownish green is entirely absent.” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Granito Nero (Granite) Ethiopia “Are generally black, faintly mottled with greenish red, metallic, spotted with brown rust, like bits of red granite: Granito Nero Brecciato, Granito Nero Macchiato, Granito Nero Rossastro Minuto, Granito Nero Tigrato, and Granito Nero Verdastro.” “The ancient granites bearing this prefix, according to Pullen, from whom the following list is taken, are all from Ehiopia.” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Granito Nero Brecciato (Granite) Ethiopia “Mottled with greenish red, and veined or waved with bright red, pinkish gray, with fragments of black.” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Granito Nero Macchiato (Granite) Ethiopia “Black with round gray spots and stains.” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Granito Nero Rossastro Minuto Ethiopia “Minute dusky gray, tinged with pink and green.” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Granito Nero Tigrato (Granite) Ethiopia “Black with large white spots and tinge of pink.” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Granito Nero Verdastro (Granite) Ethiopia “Black, dusted with metallic green.” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Granito Persichino (Granite) Unknown quarry “Gray, plentifully flushed with lilac.” “Ancient granite from an unknown quarry...Modern granite similar to above is from Sardinia.” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Granito Rosa Di Baveno Novara, Italy   Interior and exterior (11)
Granito Rosa Fiorito o Nuraghe Sassari, Italy   Interior and exterior (11)
Granito Roseo (Granite) Unknown quarry “Vivid rosy red.” “An ancient granite from an unknown quarry.” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Granito Roseo Fasciato (Granite) Unknown quarry “Rose, yellowish white, and black, banded or stained with small red and black crystals evenly distributed.” “Ancient granite from unknown quarry.” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Granito Roseo Minuto (Granite) Unknown quarry “Rose, with tiny chips of black mica.” “Ancient granite from unknown quarry.” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Granito Rossastro (Granite) Unknown quarry Pink. “Ancient granite from unknown quarry.” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Granito Rossastro Tigrato (Granite) Unkonwn quarry “Pink with pools of gray at even distances.” “Ancient granite from unknown quarry.” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Granito Rosso (Syenite granite)     Granito Rosso or Granito Rosso Antico (or Lapis Pyrrhopecilus) Is an ancient Syenite granite. The varieties prefixed with Granito Rosso are all from Pullen’s ‘Roman Marbles.’” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Granito Rosso Delle Gulie (Syenite granite)   “Large rosy crystals with smaller ones of yellowish white and black.” (Also see Granito Rosso above.) (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Granito Rosso Fasciato (Syenite granite)   “Red, banded with gray.” (Also see Granito Rosso above.) (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Granito Rosso Macchiato (Syenite granite)   “Mixture of red and black granite in patches.” (Also see Granito Rosso above.) (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Granito Rosso Minuto (Syenite granite)     (Also see Granito Rosso above.) (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Granito Rosso Pallido (Syenite granite)   “Pale red.” (Also see Granito Rosso above.) (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Granito Rosso Verdastro (Syenite granite)   “Greenish hue in the feldspar.” (Also see Granito Rosso above.) (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Granito Rosso Verdognolo (Syenite granite)   “Greenish red.” (Also see Granito Rosso above.) (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Granito Rosso Violaceo (Syenite granite)   “Red, with violet hue.” (Also see Granito Rosso above.) (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Granito Tigrato (Granite) Unknown quarry “Dark greenish gray, with even pools of lighter gray.” “Ancient granite from unknown quarry.” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Granito Tigrato Bianco (Granite) Unknown quarry “Minute mixture of black, pink and green, with here and there a spot of white.” “Ancient unknown quarry.” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Granito Tigrato Rosso (Granite) Unknown quarry “Red, plentifully spotted with black, and stained with grayish or flesh-colored green.” “Ancient, unknown quarry.” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Granito Tigrato Verde (Granite) Unknown quarry. “Greenish-black, with spots of green and rose.” “Ancient, unknown quarry.” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
“Granito Tigrato Verdognolo” Unknown quarry. Black, slightly flushed with pink and spotted with gray and olive green. “Ancient, unknown quarry.” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Granito Tula o Limbara Sassari, Italy   Interior and exterior (11)
Granito Turchino Marble Unknown quarry “Bluish-gray with stains of white and spots of shining black.” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Granito Verde Marble Unknown quarry.   “All of the following granites prefixed with Granito Verde are presumably ancient and from an unknown quarry. From Pullen’s ‘Roman Marbles’” Granito Verde Ad Erbetta, Granito Verde Bronzato, Granito Verde Confuso, Granito Verde Minuto, Granito Verde Nereggianto, Granito Verde Plasmato, Granito Verde Tigrato. (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Granito Verde Ad Erbetta Marble Unknown quarry. “Green like foliage of grass, on darkish green.” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Granito Verde Bronzato Marble Unknown quarry “Two shades of mottled green on gray metallic ground, spotted with lumps of silver crystals.” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Granito Verde Confuso Marble Unknown quarry. “Gray sprinkled with confused spots of blackish green.” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Granito Verde Minuto Marble Unknown quarry. “Tiny mixtures of green, white and black.” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Granito Verde Nereggianto Marble Unknown quarry. “Blackish green, mottled with green and white.” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Granito Verde Plasmato Marble Unknown quarry. “Blackish green, mottled with green and white.” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Granito Verde Tigrato Marble Unknown quarry. “Finely mottled gray and white, with streaks of gold, and suspicion of green.” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Granox     “Trade-mark for Gray Knox.” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Granox Champion Pink Marble Gray Knox Quarry, Tennessee, USA.   “Same as Champion Pink, from Gray Knox Quarry.” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Granox Dark Cedar Marble Gray Knox Quarry, Tennessee, USA.   “Same as Dark Cedar, from the Gray Knox Quarry.” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Granox Formosa Tennessee, USA.   “See Formosa (Tennessee).” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Granox Gray Tennessee, USA.   “Same as Gray Knox Gray.” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Granox Grecian Pink Tennessee, USA.   “See Grecian Pink (Tennessee).” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Granox Roseal Tennessee, USA.   “Same as Roseal, from Gray Knox Quarry.” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Granox Silver Gray Tennessee, USA   “See Silver Gray (Tennessee).” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Granox Special Gray Tennessee, USA.   “See Special Gray (Tennessee).” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Granox Tavernelle     “Same as Tavernelle American.” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Granular Tuff     “See Volcanic Tuff.” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Granville Granite Canada   (5)
Granville Slate Granville, New York, USA Red  
Granzland Granite Germany   (5)
Graphic Granite     “Same as Pegmatite.” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Graphite Brown Granite Brazil   (5)
Grass White Jade Marble China   (5)
Grassino     “See Bigio del Fiume Grassino.” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Grau Schnoll Marble Adnet Quarry, Salzburg, Austria “Gray with light brownish tint, showing mottled effect.” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Gravina Marble Tokeen, Alaska, USA. “Bluish-white background fairly uniformly marked with grayish-blue veins.” “Alaska Marble” (from “List of the World’s Marbles,” Through The Ages, mag., (circa 1920s) Nat. Assoc. of Marble Dealers/MIA)
Gravina Tufa Bari (Gravina di Puglia) Apulia Region, Italy   (12)

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