Transylvania Coral

Transylvania Coral has a bluish pastel background with large shells, dense fossilizations and rare quartz veins.

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Transylvania Dark

Transylvania Dark has dark grey tones with tiny grey fossils. Its veins are even darker in its grey color and

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Transylvania Gray

Transylvania Gray has subtle grey tones like a cloudy sky on an autumn day. Scattered with very little fossils of

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Transylvania Light

Transylvania Light is an elegant ivory, off-white color material, scattered with small and round white fossils,

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About Gray Limestone

Founded in 2004 in Cluj, Romania, as a quarrier and processor of natural stone, Resido has progressively distinguished its material, Transylvania Limestone, as a prominent element in architecture and construction. The company offers tiles, specialty flooring and wall cladding, slabs as well as cut-to-size architectural work – a broad range of decorative elements, including ornate detailing for entry gates, a complex roof design, panels, and cubic elements for archways, columns, balconies and stairs. Within just a short time after Resido’s establishment, Transylvania Limestone became synonymous with the city of Cluj, as it was chosen to decorate some of the city s prominent The National Bank Building, Piazza Matei Corvin’s Fountain and the famous statue of Lupa Capitolina.

Today, a range of traditional and contemporary limestone architecture uses Transylvania Gray Limestone, as well as many street corners in Cluj and in its surrounding cities. Over the years, Resido has completed hundreds of projects around the world, resulting in a developed and solid reputation within its sector and the tones and textures of our limestone are similar to those of Grey Carara Marble,  Marble Laplace, Moleanos Grey Limestone, Jura Grey Limestone, Tundra, Serena, Grey Barr and Selina Blue, Thala Grey,  etc.