LEADING EXPORTER OF GRANITE, MARBLE, QUARTZ, SLATE, SANDSTONE, AND STONE ARTICLES.
The stones you choose define your essence, your taste, your ideas and your choices. We at SEVENN SEAS have collection handpicked and carefully examined by our experts from quarries in India and this only helps us create a masterpiece for you so that you can proclaim to the world about what makes you special. We believe that producing & delivering the stones of highest quality, meeting international standards will only help us to establish as 'market leaders' in the industry.
SEVENN SEAS STONES is the leading exporter of the natural stone with a large and unique selection of granite, marble, quartz, sandstone and slate.
Let the world Know what separates you from the rest. Just like our exclusive collection of natural stones. Offer more finishes, more types, more optiones, to choose from.
Manufacturing and production of high quality material
Serving our clients with on-time delivery of the products
Building a long term relationship with our valued
APPLICATIONS WE OFFERS
If you love nature you will love natural stones. We at Sevenn Seas Stones, try to bring you closer to the mother earth.
Natural stone as the name suggests is a gift of mother nature to the mankind . It is a natural creation of the nature which takes millions of years.
Natural stone is obtained from nature thus like every human being each stone is unique in its color, texture & surface.
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Mr. George | Canada
'Great experience with Sevenn Seas' we bought countertops from them for a big project and are very pleased with the polish and the look of the slabs like mirror. Thanks.
Ms. Zineb | Morocco
Sevenn Seas allowed me to choose material of my choice and delivered it with the finest quality. They had so many options to choose from, congratulations to the team for the effort you put in.
Mr. Patrick | United States
Absolute Black - The darkest of Indian granites
Granite is one of the hardest substances on earth, coming second only to diamond, making sure that it doesn't crumble or break over time. The thousands of years of granite being a part of the natural ecosystem of the earth gives it unique variations that cannot be replicated. Hence, in comparison to other stones, granite comes with a wide range of varieties. One of the most sought-after types of granite is black granite. They are the mostly used for interior & exterior applications. Black granite is adaptable to almost any interior setup and can complement virtually any color of walls & cabinet. In addition to this, black granite is also known for it's resistance to water, heat & staining. Absolute Black granite: This granite is sourced from the best quarries in South India, also known as ' Jet Black ' granite. They are best known for their shine, absolute color and the natural strength. It is recommended as a best option for kitchen countertops and interior flooring.
Quartz stone Vs Granite stone
Quartz is slightly different and is not 100 percent natural. Instead, slabs are manufactured using 95 percent ground natural quartz and 5 percent polymer resins. Granite is a very hard stone and 100 percent natural. It is mined from quarries all around the world, cut down to a manageable size, and then polished to a fine finish. Granite comes in many different colors and patterns due to the way it is formed. There is an almost limitless selection to choose from unique mineral inclusions and no two granite countertops are the same. One of the main reasons to choose quartz is due to appearance. Quartz has the look of stone while also allowing home owners to customize the design. The selection process is much easier in quartz while granite offers many options and you may have to search for the right piece that matches your color scheme. Granite is less environment friendly than quartz and uses a lot of energy since it is quarried. Quartz stone is engineered, and is more environment friendly as compared to granite and it doesn't involve any mining process.When we talk about the maintenance of the slab, both quartz and granite slabs can be cleaned daily with soap and water or a mild household cleaner. Some oils and acids can stain and spoil the surface of the slab so you need to take care of that to avoid them. Granite is a durable material that's resistant to heat and many other kitchen elements. Due to it's porous nature, there can be…
Types of countertops : To choose the best for your kitchen
There are dozens of surfaces available, ranging from natural stone, quartz composites, ceramic, wood, etc. And countertops comes in dozens of colors, patterns, and textures to satisfy any design goal. There's no one countertop that's ideal for every home, so the best material for your kitchen will depend on several factors: color, overall appearance, durability, stain and scratch resistant, and of course price. Natural stone: The most common natural stones used to make countertops include granite, marble, soapstone and slate.Granite is by far the most popular natural stone countertop material and comes in a wide array of colors, ranging from vibrant blues, browns to midnight black, deep red and white. It is cut into long, thick slabs and are polished to a glossy sheen, sometimes honed which is much less shiny and more of a matte sheen. Leathered granite has a slightly textured surface that lends a rustic, casual look to a installed place.Marble is a high end natural stone that comes in fewer color patterns than granite. Marble is also relatively soft and porous, so it's not as stain resistant as granite. One should be careful when cutting or chopping though marble may show knife scars. Soapstone & Slate both comes in far fewer colors than granite. Soapstone is porous and must be sealed with mineral oil to reduce staining. Slate on the other hand is non-porous and virtually maintenance free. Slate is relatively soft and minor scratches can be buffed out easily. Engineered Stone: Often considered as an alternative to granite, quartz surfaces are a…