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Foro Marble - Brooklyn, United States

Foro Marble

140 3rd St, Brooklyn (NY), 11231, United States

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Marble Synonyms, Marble Antonyms

marble Synonyms for marble More words related to marble Word Origin & History

marble c.1200, by dissimilation from O.Fr. marbre, from L. marmor, from or cognate with Gk. marmaros "marble, gleaming stone," of unknown origin, perhaps originally an adj. meaning "sparkling," which would connect it with marmairein "to shine." The L. word was taken directly into O.E. as marma. Meaning "little balls of marble used in a children's game" is attested from 1690s. Marble cake is attested from 1871.

Example Sentences for marble

It was motionless as marble; but never had she seen anything so beautiful, and so unearthly.

From this marble Phidias sculptured a statue of Vengeance, which was called Rhamnusia.

As she rose, her face changed, she gave a cry, and fell upon the marble floor.

At the first glimpse of the terrible head of Medusa, they whitened into marble!

The moon shone on them; they looked as if they were carved with marble.

On a pedestal beneath the window was placed a marble bust of Dante.

But the marble statues they put into a kiln to make lime to plaster their houses.

The marble statues in its pediments dropped to the ground and broke.

Mix the whole together, and pound it to a paste in a marble mortar.

A marble slab is much better to roll it on than a paste-board.

Purchasing Guidelines for Marble and Granite Stone

Purchasing Guidelines for Marble and Granite Stone

(This article is specifically designed for Indian subcontinent)

Marble stone should be hard, sound, dense, and homogeneous in texture with crystalline texture. It should generally be uniform in color, veining and be free from stains, cracks, decay and weathering etc.

Precautions while Purchasing Marble Stone

2. Try rates from three or four shops. The rates may vary in following two ways.

• According to quality of the stone

• According to size of stone slab as the smaller the size of stone slabs is, the cheaper the rate of stone slab would be.

3. Make sure that the stone being offered is hard. This can be verified by pressing the stone with some hard object forcibly. In case of ‘katcha’ stone the chips of stone will split from stone slab.

4. Make sure that the stone slab gives clear ringing sound when struck.

5. Verify that the stone is free from any stain i.e. deep cut or mark on the surface.

6. Confirm that the stone has uniform color without any spot.

7. Check the thickness of stone pieces and take supply of only those pieces that have the same thickness.

8. Check stone pieces thoroughly because it is generally observed that the shopkeeper place superior pieces on the top of stack and inferior pieces below.

9. Measure the stone by smallest rectangle at the time of payment. The broken piece should not be measured.

10. Make sure that the loading is done in your presence as the labor at the shop may also load inferior or rejected pieces instead of superior pieces of the same size in the vehicle.

11. Get the pieces of stone laid vertically; not horizontally in the vehicle. If loading is done in horizontally , the stone slab may break during transport.

Precautions While Purchasing Granite Stone

Granite is a stone that is gaining popularity because of its hardness, ability to take good polish and wide variety of colors available in it. The following precautions should be taken while purchasing granite stone.

1) Check patches on surface of discoloration, hairlines, cracks, deep pin holes on the surface. These signify a weak slab and will cause problem.

2) Check artificial coloring as it is a huge problem with stones now a days especially the black granite. Stone merchants rub industrial oil on the surface to intensify the color and creates a deep black and rich polish that wears off in matter of weeks.

3) Verify artificial color by rubbing with cloth dipped in kerosene oil or white petrol. If cloth brings black color then it is a fake color.

4) Also check the back of the slab for circular mark. These are made by kerosene cutter which is used to cut the block of granite slab. This shows that the cutting process is wrong. The granite slab should be water cut having no circular mark on the back of the slab.

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Marble, Define Marble at

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Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2017.

Wedged between two marble buildings at the lavishly designed Lincoln Center, sits a single white tent.

He rests lavishly, depicted in a marble sarcophagus that stares up for eternity at the carved depictions of his life story.

A civilian named Richard Gabrielle was trapped under a pile of marble, but alive during those last minutes.

“Expansion favors everyone,” added the 79-year-old Tuscan, who started off as a bookkeeper in a marble firm in 1955.

Carrara marble has been quarried as far back as Roman times and was used by emperors for massive monuments like the Rome Pantheon.

It was motionless as marble; but never had she seen anything so beautiful, and so unearthly.

From this marble Phidias sculptured a statue of Vengeance, which was called Rhamnusia.

As she rose, her face changed, she gave a cry, and fell upon the marble floor.

At the first glimpse of the terrible head of Medusa, they whitened into marble!

The moon shone on them; they looked as if they were carved with marble.

  1. a hard crystalline metamorphic rock resulting from the recrystallization of a limestone: takes a high polish and is used for building and sculpture
  2. ( as modifier ): a marble bust, related adjective marmoreal

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type of stone much used in sculpture, monuments, etc., early 14c., by dissimilation from marbra (mid-12c.), from Old French marbre (which itself underwent dissimilation of 2nd -r- to -l- in 14c.; marbre persisted in English into early 15c.), from Latin marmor , from or cognate with Greek marmaros "marble, gleaming stone," of unknown origin, perhaps originally an adjective meaning "sparkling," which would connect it with marmairein "to shine." The Latin word was taken directly into Old English as marma . German Marmor is restored Latin from Old High German marmul . Meaning "little balls of marble used in a children's game" is attested from 1690s.

late 14c., "of marble," from marble (n.). Meaning "mottled like marble" is mid-15c. Marble cake is attested from 1864.

1590s (implied in marbled ), "to give (something) the appearance of marble," from marble (n.). Related: Marbling .

A metamorphic rock consisting primarily of calcite and dolomite. Marble is formed by the metamorphism of limestone. Although it is usually white to gray in color, it often has irregularly colored marks due to the presence of impurities such as silica and clay. Marble is used especially in sculpture and as a building material.

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Where to Use Marble in Your Home

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Posted on February 21, 2017 04:23:15 PM

Granite and marble are the two most recognizable stones for homeowners and interior designers, alike. Those who have previously purchased marble understand that while it is beautiful and elegant, it is more porous and delicate than granite. This isn’t a negative quality but one should be conscious of the areas in their home to use marble for. It best kept out of high traffic areas like the busy kitchens with active children. However, then the question that begs to be asked is: What areas are best for marble countertops?

Master Bathrooms

While marble is better left out of the family bathroom, it is often used in master bathrooms, which see less traffic, and is often designed for elegance as opposed to utility. Because of this, your marble vanity is much less likely to be chipped or cracked. A sophisticated marble vanity will complement an elegantly designed sink along with high-end sink-faucets and an elegant mirror.

Fireplace Surrounds

Because a fireplace is not usually located in busy areas, many people choose marble as opposed to other stone surfaces for their fireplace surrounds. A marble addition can turn a run-of-the-mill fireplace into a chic and stylish one. The addition of this stone in any color will make you feel like you are in a lavish mansion.

Dining Room Tables

Because a dining room is usually reserved for special occasions, the dining table is a perfect area for marble. The table will be a tastefully stylish and elegant centerpiece that will turn an ordinary dining room into the stunning center of attention of your home. It is important, however, to seal your marble dinning room table using a product like Superior Zero Ultimate Stone Sealer from Mr. Stone. This will unsure that it won’t be damaged from potential spills during dinner.

For an elegant touch to your home bar, try adding a marble surface. It will be a great conversation piece, and will have your guests swooning over its timeless beauty. With this addition, your home bar will probably outclass the local bar, and will have your guests wanting to stay-in instead of going out. Be sure to purchase an ample supply of protective coasters to protect the marble.

Accent Wall

A mounted marble slab will make a great accent wall for your living room or dining room. The wall will add beauty and liveliness to the entire room. Beyond being a great conversation piece, it will add class and refinement to your entire home. The accent wall may be further decorated with ornaments or pictures to reflect the homeowner’s character. Or it may contain a simple design or pattern.

Marble Floor

While usually only reserved for the rich and famous, a marble floor in a low traffic area can be the epitome of class and sophistication. Marble floors can come with intricate designs such as checkered or hexagon mosaic; or as a simple single color such as a White Cararra marble floor.

Dresser Top/Makeup Table

Installing a marble makeup table is an affordable option for those homeowners not wanting to spend a lot of money, but still wants to have some marble pieces to call their own. A dresser top can be the same color as it, or it can be a complimentary color to have the marble stand out a little. It will add luxury to your bedroom, and will make you feel luxurious for a reasonable price.

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