What is Anorthosite (Lundhs Antique)

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