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Natural stone tiles of Afghanistan for floors
Lapis Lazuli Mosaic tiles
We are manufacture, exporter and wholesaler supplier of Tiles in lapis lazuli gemstone from Afghanistan.Nature gifted a unique present to Afghanistan, That is lapis lazuli gemstone, which are found in mountains of Afghanistan. For the last 7000 years Lapis is being mined out from Badakhshan Afghanistan. Color is Berlin Blue ( Madan-e-char) to light blue ( Madan-e-Panch) We import lapis lazuli direct from Mine Owners in Afghanistan, then bring them into factories and cut them into various sizes, there after convert into different kinds of shapes,Tiles , slabs rubbing and polishing will be applied in the end to bring shining and smoothness to the handicrafts. These unique decorative Tiles, are crafted from lapis lazuli gemstone. Each natural stone Tiles has been beautifully sculpted by hand from pieces of stone. An impressive, unique gift or decorative home accessory.This exquisite lapis lazuli Tile is an absolute beauty. It is suitable for an individual or corporate gift. A useful gift people will remember you for. So win more friends with this lovely gift, they will treasure. This product is made of lapis lazuli, which is a semiprecious stone valued for its deep blue color. The source of the pigment ultramarine, Lapis lazuli is not a mineral but a rock colored by lazurite. In addition to the sodalite minerals in lapis lazuli, small amounts of white calcite and of pyrite crystals are usually present. Because lapis is a rock of varying composition, its physical properties are variable. Lapis lazuli Tiles beautiful piece of handicrafts is made from pieces of lapis lazuli with white marble. A perfect example of handicrafts. Available in many grade of lapis lazuli and colours. We are continuously developing our own styles as well as producing styles sent by our buyers. It takes us 3 to 4 weeks to get an order ready for shipment from Pakistan. If you have any inquiry from the website, please let us know. Please feel no hesitation to contact us for any questions you may have. Laspis Lazuli Solid Tiles Natural lapis lazuli tiles are solid single pieces. These tiles are handmade so we can give you big pieces. Size are 5 x 5 x 1 cm, 7.5 x 7.5 x 1 cm , 10 x 10 x 1 cm Or Custom sizes 90 % up blue, 70 % up blue, 50 % up blue and 30 % up blue Lapis Lazuli Composite Tiles and Slabs Natural Lapis Lazuli COMPOSITE Tiles are a Slab-type of tile made from natural Lapis lazuli stone that is cut into small irregularly-shaped rocks that are held together using a resin that is transparent or tinted using an ultramarine blue pigment. The resulting slab is then adhered to an agglomerate base for floor coverings or to a fibreglass base for wall coverings. Tiles Sizes from 30 to 60cm OR custom sizes Slabs Size from length 60 cm to 180 cm and width 60 cm to 120 cm or custom Sizes Lapis Lazuli Mosaic Tiles and Slabs Natural Lapis Lazuli mosaic Tiles are a Slab-type of tile made from natural Lapis lazuli stone that is cut into small irregularly shaped rocks that are held together using a resin that is transparent or tinted using an ultramarine blue pigment. The back end is using marble. Tiles Sizes from 10cm x 10cm to 60cm x 60cm OR custom sizes Slabs Size from length 60 cm to 180 cm and width 60 cm to 120 cm or custom Sizes.
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Huge natural stone arch discovered in Afghanistan
One of the world's largest natural stone arches has been discovered in the central highlands of Afghanistan. Wildlife Conservation Society staff were tracking the area for wildlife when they chanced on this natural bridge in late 2010. They measured it in February and found that it's 64 meters wide and more than 18 meters tall. More natural wonders could be uncovered by researchers visiting in Afghanistan's difficult-to-reach mountainous regions—part of the Himalaya range runs through the country. The central and eastern highlands are the least explored, Peters says. Both areas are only sparsely populated, mainly by non-Pashtun minorities.
The discovery is part of a trend among local and foreign scientists to focus again on Afghanistan after decades of civil war and invasions there, says Stephen Peters, lead researcher on a U.S. Geological Survey effort to assess the mineral resources in the central Asian country. The Afghanistan government has worked recently to preserve its little-seen natural wonders and wildlife. In 2009 officials announced the country's first national park, Band-e-Amir, and an endangered species list.
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