Hey there, let’s dive into the world of Ruby Red – it’s like the premium big brother of New Imperial Red. The cool thing about Ruby Red is that its background is even redder than New Imperial, and it’s adorned with these stunning blue flowers in the pattern, which is how it got its name.
Guess where we find this gem? Near Jhansi. It’s also known as Jhansi Red Granite, just in case you hear that name floating around. Besides those blue flowers, you’ll spot some super fine blue crystals in the mix.
Now, when you’re ready to get your hands on Ruby Red, we’ve got you covered with small slabs and 60×30 tiles. One container can carry a whopping 450 square meters of these beauties, in the size of 65 cm up x 180 cm up x 1.8 cm.
What can you use it for? Well, it’s perfect for countertops and those special funeral items. Plus, it’s a hit for floors, especially when you lay down those 60×30 and 60×60 cm tiles.
And here’s a little secret – Ruby Red is part of the North Indian Granite family, so it plays well with others. You can mix it up with Green Marble, Rainforest Marble, and a bunch of other North Indian Granite Colors to create some fantastic designs. So, go ahead, get creative with Ruby Red Granite and watch your projects shine!