Onyx forms when dissolving limestone is re-deposited in the earth—commonly seen in caves as stalactites and stalagmites.
As a countertop, onyx tends to be higher maintenance, requiring regular sealing, special cleansers, and a fiberglass backing-compound to prevent breakage.
If you’re looking for something beautiful, rare, and unique, onyx could be right for you.
Beautiful, Rare, and Unique
Not Suitable for Heavy Use
Regular Sealing is Required
Smaller Slab Size
Non-Food Service Countertops
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