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  • A natural stone is quarried out of the mountain, and then cut into big slabs of solid stone. A stone mason or fabricator will finally cut and install the slab into the required shape of the kitchen.

  • Lundhs Real Stone is a collection of selected natural stones quarried from the mountains in Norway.

  • Quartz is an engineered product made of quartz minerals (crushed stone) compressed together with resin binders (glue) into big slabs/sheets that finally will be cut into the shape of the kitchen.

  • Lundhs Real Stone is a selection of four natural stones; Lundhs Blue (stone type Larvikite), Lundhs Emerald (stone type Larvikite), Lundhs Royal (stone type Larvikite) and Lundhs Antique (stone type Anorthosite).

  • The unique qualities, such as the high density and non-porous nature of the Larvikite and Anorthosite materials, make Lundhs Real Stone worktops the perfect choice for your kitchen work surface.

  • Lundhs Emerald is the darkest tone in the collection, the sumptuous silvery blue lustre is the visual embodiment of the interaction between natural light and feldspar crystals.
    Lundhs Blue is a unique blend of medium-sized feldspar crystals on a dark background, making the surface radiate with an enticing glow.
    Lundhs Royal has a unique blend of large crystals and a soft blue hue.
    Lundhs Antique has a dark brown background and a unique palette of clear blue and purple crystals.

  • Lundhs Real Stone kitchen worktops are extremely low maintenance. Each natural stone is non-absorbent which makes them easy to clean. Use a clean cloth, clean water and some mild kitchen detergent – simple as it gets.

  • Yes, due to the high density you can prepare food directly on your Lundhs Real Stone kitchen worktop. The density of the natural stone also makes it non-absorbent.

  • Larvikite was formed by a magmatic (volcanic) reaction about 300 million years ago. The magma then hardened deep in the earth’s crust under high pressure and temperature. As the magma slowly cooled, the crystals were formed became uniform and similar in size.

  • Larvikite is unique and can be found only in Norway. It is named after the city of Larvik, close to our quarries. Larvikite is also Norway's national stone.

  • The Anorthosite, was formed by a magmatic (volcanic) reaction about 1000 million years ago. The magma hardened deep in the earth’s crust under high pressure and temperature (around 1000 degrees C). It cooled down slowly, which results in uniform crystals with similar size. Anorthosite is in general often referred to as granite due to its hard surface.

  • The maximum size available is 320 cm x 180 cm.

  • The price for natural stones depends mostly upon availability, but also on the location of quarries, the rarity of the colour and the amount of labour required to extract the stones

  • Lundhs’ materials are 100% natural stone and extremely resistant to daily wear and tear. It is not necessary to seal it.

  • The high density of Lundhs Natural Stone makes it very durable. Normal use will not have a negative impact on the material.

  • A high gloss polished surface is the most popular finish. This surface finish reflects the light beautifully, mirroring the surroundings and making the blue crystals sparkle. A silk polished surface has an elegant matte and lightly structured finish. This provides a softer and more subtle look than the high gloss finish. Beneath the soft matte texture, crystals still catch the light and sparkle gently. Both the polished and the silk surfaces are easy to clean and require minimal maintenance.

    New surface finishes are still under development, so please contact our recommended dealers for more information and new possibilities.

  • The colour and lustre will remain constant; your Lundhs kitchen worktop will remain just as bright and vibrant as the day it was installed.

  • Yes, due to the very high density, we consider our natural stone as one the most durable materials in the world. This is supported by technical properties and also by the minimal change in appearance over time of the material when it has been used in projects.

  • The most common thickness is 2cm or 3cm. For other requirements please contact your nearest fabricator.