How Preciou(stone)!

Precioustone Collection:

With over 20 colors to choose from, our slabs are supplied by the renowned Antolini Luigi and handcrafted in Italy. Gemstones that have historically been used for jewelry including amethyst, quartz, tiger eye, agate and jasper have now become the focal point of masterpieces in architectural designs for countertops, desks, tub surrounds and any other elegant space in which you desire to make a bold statement. Each slab of these specially selected specimens has been painstakingly laid out and hand assembled by experienced craftspeople.

Backlit-The Precioustone Collection’s beauty is spectacular in any application, but part of its opulent charm is that many of these materials can also be backlit to offer a more unique and striking look.

Applications-Precioustone is meant to have that “wow” factor! Make fantasy a reality with any space. Precioustone can be found in the home as countertops for the kitchen or bathroom or can even be used as art pieces. Commercial applications, such as bars, would definitely make a statement with this collection. Wherever you can envision Precioustone, is where it is meant to be!

Amethyst Medium
Amethyst Medium backlit Amethyst Medium not backlit
Wild Tiger Eye Gold. Absolutely stunning!
Crystal Agate Classic: timeless and elegant.
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Our Precioustone Gallery in Wheeling, IL. You have to see it, to believe it!
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Our Precioustone Gallery in Wheeling, IL. This collection radiates luxury!
Smoky Quartz pairs well with any type of application
Smoky Quartz is just the right touch for this bar application



UCLA Pauley Pavilion

Architect: NBBJ – Los Angeles, CA
Terrazzo Contractor: Top End Constructors, Inc. – Sun Valley, CA
Terrazzo Resin Supplier: Terrazzo & Marble Supply Companies
(Terroxy® Resin Systems)


Design Notes: Top End Constructors and NBBJ Architects had to work together to expand and renovate the UCLA Pauley Pavilion into a modern facility while matching the university’s signature structure and layout.  A monolithic design was chosen, with a simple four color pattern of bands and stripes.   This helped achieve a seamless finish with an excellent color match for this 70,000 square-foot epoxy terrazzo floor, base and stair stadium.  A combination of cast in place and precast terrazzo was used for the waterfall staircase, along with curbs of terrazzo for the stairwells.


With terrazzo, the possibilities are endless. Let the floor be your canvas and bring terrazzo into your next project by contacting your Architectural Sales Consultant for assistance at 800.7.MARBLE or visit


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