Dolomitic Marble Varieties


Why Are Dolomitic Marbles So Special?

Dolomitic marbles look as stunning as “regular” marble types, but their unique mineral composition of mostly Dolomite, Pyroxene, and Calcite makes them denser and more durable. Dolomite is less porous than regular marble so it stands up better to liquids and stains, but still requires routine sealing and treatment to preserve its appearance.

If you prefer to use two different kinds of natural stone in your project, such as soapstone kitchen countertops and a dolomitic marble center island, we’re happy to discuss design ideas and options. We also carry different dolomitic marble thicknesses for projects requiring a measurement of 2 or 2 1/2 inches and offer polished, leathered, or honed surface finishes to suit your preferences.

Material Comparison with Super White, Another Popular Dolomitic Marble

Below are some facts from lab tests of samples from the Pegasus quarry, where several dolomitic marbles are found. Super White—another popular dolomitic marble variety—is displayed in parenthesis.

  • Compressive Strength (Mpa): 134.6 (121.72)
  • Material Density (Kg/m3): 2,892 (2,837)
  • Water Absorption: 0.10 (0.18)
  • Apparent Porosity: 0.27 (0.53)
  • Fissure Resistance: 0.63 (0.32)
  • Cracking Resistance: 0.68 (0.37)

Available Marble Varieties


Calacatta Diamond


Pegasus Dolomitic Marble


Calacatta Black & White


Dolce Vita Dolomitic Marble

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