The name “marble” originates from the ancient Greek verb “Marmairo”, meaning “TO SHINE”.

Carrara C - Honed finish


Carrara marble has been used since the time of Ancient Rome. The Pantheon and Trajan’s Column in Rome are constructed of it, and many sculptures of the Renaissance were carved from it.

Carrara C has more white value than the type CD.

Carrara CD - Poco Vecchio finish


A unique feel-me texture of Havani, makes the natural stone colour lighter. The Carrara CD is normally much more grey but thanks to the finish, it becomes more white and more practical.

Read more about this finish in the methodology at the bottom of this page.

Silver Roots - Honed finish


Warm gray long vein marble with brown to golden veins originating in Turkey.

Emperador light - Honed finish


Emperador light is a hard marble from Spain with similar visible swirls and twists of the darker (brown) Emperador. A beige marble is much easier to maintain than a dark one.

Read more about the advantages of white and beige marble in Havani’s methodology at the bottom of this page.

Emperador Light - Poco Vecchio finish


A unique feel-me texture of Havani, makes the natural stone colour lighter.

Read more about this finish in the methodology at the bottom of this page.

Calacatta Verde - Honed finish


Originating from Angola, Calacatta Verde marble shows amazing yellow to green long vains combined with dark grey long vains.

*Every block of this marble will be unique because of the long vains. Pictures are available on demand of our current block(s) of Calacatta Verde.

Kalliston - Honed finish


A beautiful marble orginating from Greece, that has a very warm white value and soft violet to brown short and long vains.

Breccia Capraia - Honed finish


This marble was well known since Roman times due to its rarity.

Breccia Capraia or Fior di Pesco Classico Apuano. A Tuscan quarry in the heart of the Apuan Alps, in the province of Massa-Carrara, between mounts Altissimo and Carchio. There, nature created a stunning white marble with rarely coloured long vains, accents & structure combinations.

In the 15th century, the powerful Medici family, appreciated this marble so much, they used it to embellish Florence during the Renaissance period.

*Every block of this marble will be unique because of the long vains and so many different coloured details. Pictures are available on demand of our current block(s) of Breccia Capraia.

Blue limestone of Hainaut - Blue flamed


A Belgian limestone of approximately 350 million years old, used for multiple indoor and outdoor purposes, showing very appealing grain markings and crinoid fossils, skeletons of ancient marine animals.

We recommend this stone for outdoor usage because of the difference in darkness of surface and mass. See our Marble Methodology at the bottom of this page.

We like this slightly rough and light blue finish because on a table, lime attacks and scratches will be more difficult to detect and thus won’t disturb users.

Because of the rain, possible stains from the last bbq season will be vanished before the next season starts.

Mediterranean Green - Flamed & Brushed


Quarried in the north of Turkey, Mediterranean Green is a very hard type of Limestone, with very similar characteristics of Belgian Blue Limestone, that is filled with even more visible crinoïd fossils, skeletons of ancient marine animals. In this stone, 75% of the fossils are still intact!

This light beige, light grey & light green color in a flamed surface finish, offers optimal practicality. Users will be delighted with a satin gloss patina effect and won’t be disturbed by stains or scratches easily. Besides, in outdoor usage, the rain will remove any stains before the next season starts.

Rosso Levanto - Honed finish


A striking, rich deep burgundy colour with contrasting white veins, black and green accents this beautiful stone is origined of Turkiye.

Similar to the Italian marble Fior Di Bosco with warm grey values and gold to copper accents.
A very warm grey stone.

In addition to this standard range, you can also choose your favourite marble from the live stock of our partner:

Characteristics & Maintenance

It’s a living thing!

The most attractive designing stone thanks to a swirl of gorgeous visible details, veins and colour varieties. Mineral ‘impurities’ that used to be just grains or layers in the earth, mobilized and recrystallized over the course of millions of years.

Marble is not a scientific word but in reality, marble is a hard crystalline metamorphic form of limestone.


  • Old but strong
    Only hard marbles are selected at Havani because their structure offers greater compactness and fewer porosity, making them more suitable for furniture tops. These are rocks that are approximately over 200 million years old.
  • White & beige
    We avoid dark marbles for indoor use because the rock’s inside colour often differs from the surface colour in terms of darkness, making scratches immediately visible as well as lime attack stains that transform into a lighter colour than the surface. Dark marbles are good to look at, but not to consume or ‘work’ on.
  • Zero polished
    We don’t recommend polished surfaces on marble tabletops or kitchen worktops because one, the polish will fade. Two, the product to impregnate the rock that must protect it cannot enter the pores fluently and three, marble already shines and will gain more ‘satin gloss’ over time due to the patination effect. Polished marbles are good to look at but not to consume or ‘work’ on.
  • Feel-me texture
    Havani also offers unique ‘slightly textured’ surface finishes, making our white and beige marbles even more usable because scratches and lime attacks become as good as invisible. A unique feel-me texture also adds a very stylish character to the design and an increased urge to touch it.
  • Nanotech
    Recent implemented nanotechnology in impregnation products now better protect marble of discolouring due to the exposure of acids. Products were already water and fat repellent in the past but colourful stains due to lime attacks were more likely to occur before.
  • Patination
    After some time, a beautiful ‘satin gloss’ will appear on the honed surface from usage, comparable to that of a used natural parquet floor. Even small dull spots from lime attacks that weren’t cleaned in time, that became visible in the flood light, will become invisible over time from daily usage.

Indoor usage only.

Our marbles are protected by Lithofin Nanotop.
We recommend Lithofin Easy-clean to clean and maintain your Havani marble top.