Onyx

Onyx is a sedimentary stone available in a variety of patterns and colors, from liquid-smooth pink or orange to gem-like green. Homeowners and designers favor onyx for its dramatic appearance. If you’re looking for an alternative to granite, marble, and other popular stone surfaces, something that exudes personality, then onyx, which can be backlit, might be your stone of choice. At K&D Countertops, we fabricate and install this dramatically different stone for exceptional kitchen and bath designs.

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  • White Onyx
  • Off-white with waves of white and grey.
  • Details
    Stone NameWhite Onyx
    Stone Type6
    OriginIran
    ColorOff-white with waves of white and grey.
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  • Pink Onyx
  • Soft peachy pink with waves of white
  • Details
    Stone NamePink Onyx
    Stone Type6
    OriginIran
    ColorSoft peachy pink with waves of white
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  • Orange Onyx
  • Light orange with lighter streaks
  • Details
    Stone NameOrange Onyx
    Stone Type6
    OriginIran
    ColorLight orange with lighter streaks
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  • Green Onyx
  • Light green with red-brown veins
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    Stone NameGreen Onyx
    Stone Type6
    OriginPakistan
    ColorLight green with red-brown veins
    Water Absorbtion0
    Hardness
    Geologic Ageprobably Quaternary
    Petrographic Typeonyx Marble with veinlets
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  • Brown Onyx
  • Brown with soft white streaks
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    Stone NameBrown Onyx
    Stone Type6
    OriginIran - Pakistan
    ColorBrown with soft white streaks
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