Vermont Danby Marble from Vermont Quarries is a 100% Greenguard Certified marble. It is a Class A marble meaning it is suitable for interior, exterior, residential, and commercial applications. It is used for marble kitchen countertops to the most prominent architectural projects like the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts and the Lincoln Memorial.
Marble countertops and general use in the kitchen has been in existence for hundreds of years in Europe. It has been only recently that marble kitchen countertops have been accepted as a viable option in the United States. Leading the way is Vermont Danby Marble due to its low absorption rate of less than 0.1% – lower than many granites. Danby Marble not only provides a technically sound marble kitchen countertop, but it provides the long lasting beauty and enduring strength of white marble just as Europe and the rest of the world has known for centuries.
Allied Stone is excited to present our extensive Vermont Danby Marble Collection, showcasing a distinct selection of five Danby Marbles, each serving to bring your design to life.
Darker gold and gray veins (compared often to Calacatta Gold). Medium to heavy veining.
Greenish to gray veins typically running diagonally. Medium to heavy veining often used for bookmatching. A beautiful and cost effective choice for kitchen countertops. Greenish to gray veins typically running diagonally. Medium to heavy veining often used for bookmatching.
Gray diagonal veins. Medium to heavy veining. Very white background coming from the Brook Layer of the Danby Quarry.
Soft gray veins. Light to medium veining. Very white background coming from the Brook Layer of the Danby Quarry.
Gray, green with a touch of peach crystalline veins. The wildest of all Danby grades with lots of movement throughout. Large crystals can appear.