Persian Blue


Persian Blue granite has a very exotic, wind-swept pattern with a beautiful blue that is known to the region of Persia. It is mixed with accents of black crystals and gold that add extra dimension to the slab.

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Full Product Description

Persian Blue granite is so named after the particular blue that is found in Persia. It is a mineral that is commonly used in Persian pottery, and on the tiles of the most beautiful palaces and mosques in the area. This is the type of blue that you will see in Persian Blue granite, mixed in hues with bits of gold and black, in a swirling, wind-like pattern throughout the slab.

The exotic pattern and colors of this slab make it an eye catching piece that will look best on light wood cabinetry.

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5075 Tabor Street
Wheat Ridge, CO 80033

Customer Testimonials

I am the owner of Kitchen Inspirations in Arvada and I have been using Granite Liquidators for about 2 years. They have great pricing that my clients can see instantly on the website without have to wait for a fabricator to give them pricing that has been marked up.

Sara Ellman

Love our granite, cappuccino is so beautiful. I worked with Kyle and he was able to find another half sheet for us since we had so much to cover. The installers were professional and so easy to work with. He even gave us a piece to take to the store so we could compare it to the backsplash designs.

Belinda Flecther

Andrew always looking out for my best interest, giving me estimated time of new deliveries and informs me when a cool new slab comes in, makes my life easy!

Hung Nguyen

Really easy to work with and really nice quality yet affordable granite. Would definitely go back to them for our next remodel project!

Ahni Hecht

These folks are friendly and honest. We saved about $3K by purchasing a granite slab and picking our own fabricator.After spending hours and hours visiting all the normal granite wholesalers it became apparent that the wholesalers and fabricators are in collusion to hike up the price far more than needed to make a decent profit.

Daniel Phillips