Creole marble

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The portal to the Bok Tower shows blue-and-white Creole marble as well as the pink Etowah marble
Creole marble sample

Creole marble, also called Georgia creole or Georgia marble is a marble from quarries in Pickens County, Georgia, United States.[1] It is coarse-grained, displays a white or gray background while veins or clouds are black or dark blue. Based on the tone and coloring it sold as Light Creole, Medium Creole, and Dark Creole.

Creole marble has been used extensively in buildings and monuments in the United States.

Notable buildings with Creole marble[edit]


  1. ^ "Material Name:Creole marble". Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Archived from the original on July 27, 2011. Retrieved January 17, 2011.

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