Royal Indian Sandstone
Manufacturer and Exporter of Exclusive Stones Products from India
Panther Sandstone
Panther Sandstone is known for high tensile strength, high compression ratio and durability. It is one of the most beautiful and sophisticated looking stones used for interior and exterior decoration. This sandstone is durable, has superior luster and is extremely long lasting. This is extensively used for counter tops, stone walls and building claddings. We Royal Indian Stones offer the stone in several forms and sizes as per the requirements of our clients. These stones are easy to install and hinder the growth of mildews and bacteria. Panther is especially useful for indoor walling as the presence of quartzite grains on the surface shows the presence of metal in sand. Being the hardest of all in nature it is good thermal resistant.

These Panther color sandstone are processed in such a manner that the physical properties of the sandstone are not compromised and a wide range of slabs and tiles is made available too. The color and texture is consistent enough due to the unique nature of sandstone. It is available in the form of attractive slabs and tiles and are widely demanded by various industries. Our range of tiles is efficiently polished, beveled and calibrated and is widely demanded in the market. Developed with the help of the creative imagination of our architects, our range can be used for various applications.
Panther Sandstone
Classification - Sandstone
Offered in - Counters for kitchens, bathrooms, restaurants etc.
Finishes Offered - Polished, Honed, Sawn (Rough), Flamed
Standard Specifications - Cut-to-size slabs 20mm and 30mm Thickness and above
Generally natural with the one long and one short edge
Tailor-Made Specifications - Possible
Recommended Applications - Interiors & Exteriors
Delivery - 3-4 weeks from date of order (sometimes ready stock is available so immediate delivery is also possible)

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