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Premium-Granite from Italy: Tradition and quality

It is very coveted and popular, exclusive and beautiful: Granite from Italy sets an unmitigated standard with its varied color variations and the high quality. Italy is well known for their gallant marble – but also granite from Italy is now absolutely a center for production and selling. Who appreciate real quality and workmanship, will decide later or earlier just for one thing: Granite from Italy.


Granite from Italy since 500 years

The quarrying of granite is a very long tradition in Italy since many hundreds of years. Granite from Italy is popular for its high thickness and toughness of the material, that is comparing to products from other European countries, very unique. Also the Italian granite’s colors are famous for their intensity and color force.


New boom for Italian granite

In the past decades, the granite trade in Italy had to accepts hard wastages, because of low-wastage-countries, that also produce high-quality stone. But especially in the countries around Italy, the people has started to think in another way in the last years. Costumers stand on regional products and want to support local or European economy. Also,1 the short delivery ways and the long tradition of the granite from Italy helps the granite trade of the countries to get a new boom.


Short ways, best service; Ninos imports directly from Italian quarries

Ninos Naturstein & Fliesen offer their costumer high-quality granite from Italy. Exclusive gained. Processed in an upmarket way and delivered safe in our warehouse in Gronau. The highlight: We get our premium-granite from Italy very cheap. Because of direct selling, we get our high-quality products directly from the producer. The best for you: Best prices, best service and best products. Test it. Granite from Italy will convince you!

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