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Code: GILP

Primary Color: Blue

Petrographic classification: Granite

Origin : Vestfold, Norway

ALSO CALLED: Blue Labrador Hell, Blue Pearl Granite, Blue Perl, Bluepearl, GA 601, Labrador Azzurro, Labrador Azzurro Blue Pearl, Labrador Blau, Labrador Bleu, Labrador Blue, Labrador Blue Pearl, Labrador Chiaro, Labrador Claro, Labrador Hell, Ljus Labrador, Perla Azurro, Stalaker

SIMILAR STONES: Emerald Pearl, Volga Blue, Many Varieties of Blue Pearl

Slabs Size :

  • Blocks, slabs and tile vary in appearance and dimension. As this is natural stone, all pictures are a rough guide.
  • Thickness: 2-3 cm

Recommended Room: 

Residential: Bathrooms, Living Room, Wall, Backsplash, countertops

Commercial: Bathrooms, Living Room, Wall, Backsplash, countertops, Freezing Climate

Traffic: Residential, Commercial, Light Traffic, Medium Traffic, Heavy TrafficMaintenance - protection sToNE cARE


All special products are registered at the ENVIRONMENTAL OFFICE in BERLIN as they are subject to the German detergent law.


Our special products are checked on anti slip safety.

There are different varieties of Blue Pearl sold under different trade names.
Here are a few examples of the Blue Pearl varieties:

Marina Pearl is a coarse grained variety also known as Labrador Marina, Labrador Marina Pearl, and Marina Perla.

Blue Pearl GT is a very intense colored sort of Blue Pearl and the MOST expensive one. "GT" is an abbreviation for "Granite Tvedalen" (Tvedalen = quarry location). Blue Pearl GT is also known as Blue Pearl Tipo GT, Labrador Blue Pearl GT, Labrador GT, and Labrador G.T.

Produced in Italy

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