black granite

black granite

[¦blak ′gran·ət]
(petrology)
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The lodge was a ruin of black granite and bared ribs of rafters, but facing it was a new building, half constructed, the first fruit of Sir Charles's South African gold.
To right and left of the turrets were more modern wings of black granite.
A straight steel pole with smaller rods emerging at right angles from the top is reflected in black granite at the foot of it.
A continuous plane of semi-polished black granite runs from the eastern (morning) terrace to west (evening).
Sunday's ceremony was held at the Los Angeles Holocaust Monument, which features six 18-foot-high columns of polished black granite standing on a hexagonal base of Balmoral red granite.
An elegant color and materials palette, including blue and green walls, black granite counters, cherry flooring, and natural maple cabinets, unifies the space.
The black granite statue was a gift to the town from Bloxwich stonemason Andrew Walsh, but the offer was later withdrawn after Councillor Bird described it as 'demonic'.
But with its dazzling Gulf view stretching nearly 300 degrees, Doric columns, black granite floor and above all, strategically positioned furnishings and art, this "jewel" is definitely of the 24K variety.
The black granite and stainless steel memorial honors the five active duty branches of the military, the Reserve and National Guard components of the service, and all of the congressionally chartered military service organizations.
As clients enter the bank, they are greeted by a black granite waterfall.
This has an array of quality units with black granite worktops and state of the art appliances.
But three days later, the one-and-a-half foot black granite stone was gone.