Decorative Stone
Decorative Stone
Granite
Granite
Travertine
Travertine
Marble
Marble
Tuff
Tuff
Carrara Marble
Carrara Marble
Green Onyx
Green Onyx
limestone
limestone
Greek Marble
Greek Marble
Granite Delicatus
Granite Delicatus
Yellow Travertine
Yellow Travertine
Onyx
Onyx
About Us

The core operations of Kamara comprises of natural stone processing and lining. Kamara successfully established itself in the market and since 2003 has become one of the leading companies in Georgia. Main reason of Kamara’s success is its special approach – modern and innovative technologies allow company to produce high-quality, durable product in shortest period of time.
Materials are imported from various countries (Turkey, Greece, Italy, Iran, Brazil), however processing of stones for trade takes place at the factory of Kamara.
In 2012 Kamara introduced the new product “Mosaic” to Georgian market. Stone lining through this technique stands out by its unique forms and content.
Stone is not just a trade product for Kamara. Stone is the material which has its own memory, energy and the history.

Technology

Kamara offers customers products created by innovative technologies. Modern machinery allows us to manufacture the material in shortest time possible, strengthening Kamara’s leading position in the market.
Company tries to improve technological advances annually. Since 2013, Kamara’s factory is run fully equipped with latest technologies. Company owns block cutting machines for massive stones, among them is “Ravelli’s latest edition CNC tilting machine “Teorema B800” - newest machinery acquired by Kamara.

Service

Kamara offers high-quality service to its customers. Experienced staff assists clients with in-depth consultation and helps to make right choice.
Kamara’s service also includes cutting and processing of chosen material; design; transportation of product and recommendations about installation.
Kamara is totally customer-oriented, that’s why the company systematically explores customer satisfaction through various researches. All this, to make the service even better.

Mosaic

Mosaic is the art of creating different images or compositions by assembling small pieces. Mosaic is mainly used for decorative art and interior design.
Ancient mosaic was originally identified in Mesopotamia BC. Byzantines were first who introduced mosaic for covering the wall. Over time the technique has been improved and people started to use mosaic for frescoes and icons. Nowadays mosaic is becoming popular product again.
Any type of mosaic created by Kamara stands out by its uniqueness. Painters and artists handcraft mosaic according to customers’ taste.

Marble

The word "marble" originates from the Greek, marmaros, meaning "a snow white and spotless stone",
The use of marble in architecture dates back thousands of years to ancient Egyptian and Mesopotamian cultures. Capable of bearing immense weight, marble was ideally suited for monolithic columns and supporting structures in public, private, and religious buildings.
Marble has been used in some of the world's most awe-inspiring buildings. It has been the medium of choice for some of the world's greatest sculptors. The most famous, Michelangelo, carved David from a single block of marble.

  • Yves Laurent
  • Tonoti
  • Statuarietto
  • Sivec
  • Porto fiore
  • Perlino Bianco
  • Nestus
  • Negro Marquina
  • Mercury White
  • Imperial Red
  • Iceberg
  • Gioia
  • Gioia Vein
  • Eyestone
  • Emperador
  • Electric Green
  • Dry Rose
  • Crema Murfil
  • Crema Luna
  • Classico Rigato
  • Calacatta
  • Bianco Venato
  • Bianco Ordinario
  • Beige
  • Bardaglio
  • Apuano
  • Aliveri
  • Alicante Red
  • Dark Oliver
Granite

It is known that Egyptians used solid granite to build their most famous pyramids. For example, The Red Pyramid of Egypt, the third largest Egyptian pyramid, is named for the light crimson hue of its exposed granite surfaces. The Great Pyramid of Giza contains a huge granite sarcophagus fashioned of "Red Aswan Granite." Granite has been used not only in ancient Egypt, but also in India, where in the 11th century the world's first temple made entirely of granite was built by Rajaraja Chola.
In some areas granite is used for gravestones and memorials. Granite is a hard stone and requires the special skill of carving by hand. Until the early 18th century, in the Western world, granite could only be carved by hand tools with generally poor results

  • FJ Grey
  • Bala Flower
  • Woodstone
  • Viscont White
  • Tan Brown
  • Silver Metallicus
  • Revolution
  • Namibia Green
  • Namibia Gold
  • Multicolour
  • Metallicus Brushed
  • Galaxy
  • FJ Grey
  • Delicatus Polished
  • Delicatus Brushed
Travertine

Travertine was a prized building material dating back to a time when man started using stones as building and decorating material. The natural beauty of the stone continues to attract the eye of designers and architects.
Because travertine weighs less than marble or granite, and is relatively easy to quarry, it was the stone most commonly used by the ancient Romans. Travertine is one of the main building materials of Roman Coliseum.

  • Yellow
  • Travertine
  • Silver
  • Red
  • Noce Slabs
  • Light Noce
  • Dark Noche
  • Classic Light
  • Americano
Onyx

Onyx is the mystical birthstone for the month of December. It is usually black and has a fine texture; however some onyx stones also display white bands or ribbons against a black or brown background - this variety is known as sardonyx.
The name comes from the Greek word onyx which means "fingernail". According to a legend one day while Venus was sleeping Eros cut off her fingernails and left the clippings scattered on the ground. Because no part of a heavenly body can die, the gods turned them into stone which later became known as onyx. This stone is believed to bear many mystical powers.

  • Violette
  • Rainbow
  • Onice
  • Fantastico
  • Fantastico 2
  • Honey
  • Brown
Semi-Precious Stones

Semi-Precious stones, also known as Gemstones are cut and refined minerals, which are mainly used in jewelry and interior design.
Amethyst is one of the most well-known stone, very popular among ancient times in Greece.
Throughout centuries various cultures were trying to differentiate Precious, Semi-Precious and Gem stones, but in overall it would be fair to say that it is quite meaningless.

  • Malachite
  • Marble Gold
  • White Quartz
  • Tyger Eye Gold
  • Royal Blue
  • Petrified Wood
  • Obsidian
  • Obsidian With Gold
  • Labradorite
  • Jasper Zebra
  • Chocolate Quartz
  • Chocolate Quartz
  • Amethyst
  • Agate Umbra
Kamara
Address : Upper Ponichala #37-006
E-Mail : kamara@kamarastone.ge
+995 599 88 00 88
+995 593 13 02 15
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Decorative Stone
Decorative Stone

Decorative stone’ is any mineral or rock which looks beautiful when cut and polished. Beautiful natural stone has been used to embellish buildings, furniture and artefacts since ancient times. It is still in huge demand for ornamenting homes and public buildings today.
The early 19th century collection made by Roman lawyer Faustino Corsi comprises 1,000 polished slabs, each of a different decorative stone. He first obtained those used by the ancient Romans, and then added Italian stones used from medieval times to his own day.

Granite
Granite

It is known that Egyptians used solid granite to build their most famous pyramids. For example, The Red Pyramid of Egypt, the third largest Egyptian pyramid, is named for the light crimson hue of its exposed granite surfaces. The Great Pyramid of Giza contains a huge granite sarcophagus fashioned of “Red Aswan Granite.” Granite has been used not only in ancient Egypt, but also in India, where in the 11th century the world’s first temple made entirely of granite was built by Rajaraja Chola.
In some areas granite is used for gravestones and memorials. Granite is a hard stone and requires the special skill of carving by hand. Until the early 18th century, in the Western world, granite could only be carved by hand tools with generally poor results

Travertine
Travertine

Travertine was a prized building material dating back to a time when man started using stones as building and decorating material. The natural beauty of the stone continues to attract the eye of designers and architects.
Because travertine weighs less than marble or granite, and is relatively easy to quarry, it was the stone most commonly used by the ancient Romans. Travertine is one of the main building materials of Roman Coliseum.

Marble
Marble

The word “marble” originates from the Greek, marmaros, meaning “a snow white and spotless stone,”
The use of marble in architecture dates back thousands of years to ancient Egyptian and Mesopotamian cultures. Capable of bearing immense weight, marble was ideally suited for monolithic columns and supporting structures in public, private, and religious buildings.
Marble has been used in some of the world’s most awe-inspiring buildings. It has been the medium of choice for some of the world’s greatest sculptors. The most famous, Michelangelo, carved David from a single block of marble.

Tuff
Tuff

Tuff consists of volcanic ash that has been compressed over time into stone. It has been used for building material around the world, over many centuries because of its relative light weight. It can be worked very easily, sawn into blocks or carved into intricate decoration.
Historic examples of tuff buildings exist all over the world, such as ancient buildings in Rome, for instance, and in Turkey. It is still a popular building stone today.

Carrara Marble
Carrara Marble

The Carrara marble has been utilized for more than 2000 years. Carrara marble is very famous for its statuary quality and thus has been used for the most famous sculptures in the world. For the architectural purposes it was used for the first time in the roman period. During the imperial age the demand for the Carrara marble rose since it became the most desired building stone for the public buildings. Since then Carrara has been synonymous for marble and was requested worldwide for buildings, statues etc.

Green Onyx
Green Onyx

Green Onyx is Onyx died a rich green color. It has all the properties of Onyx.

limestone
limestone

Limestone is a sedimentary stone that is very common all over the Mediterranean and Europe. These creatures lived in the sea, billions of years ago, and when they died their shells, which were made of calcium, did not rot, so the pressure from other shells, water, and sand compressed them all together into the rock.
„Kamara” already owns a limestone quarries in Georgia.

Greek Marble
Greek Marble

The History of Greek Marble begins many thousands of years ago. From ancient times Greek sculptors and architects achieved to create marble masterpieces that stand through the centuries.
Nowadays Greece produces a variety of unique marble. Greek Marble is considered as top level architectural material and has been used by constructors throughout the world.

Granite Delicatus
Granite Delicatus

Delicatus is such a tricky color of granite. It’s one of those slabs that can change drastically from bundle to bundle. Some slabs have none; they are just black and white with a bit of grey and maybe a little taupe. Some slabs have gold, caramel and/or peach tones in them.

Yellow Travertine
Yellow Travertine

When Travertine is pure and fine it is white, but often it is brown to yellow due to impurities.
Most of the Renaissance and Baroque churches were clad in and decorated with yellow travertine. Bernini used it also for sculptures.

Onyx
Onyx

Onyx is the mystical birthstone for the month of December. It is usually black and has a fine texture; however some onyx stones also display white bands or ribbons against a black or brown background – this variety is known as sardonyx.
The name comes from the Greek word onyx which means “fingernail”. According to a legend one day while Venus was sleeping Eros cut off her fingernails and left the clippings scattered on the ground. Because no part of a heavenly body can die, the gods turned them into stone which later became known as onyx. This stone is believed to bear many mystical powers.

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Kamara
Address : Upper Ponichala #37-006
E-Mail : kamara@kamarastone.ge
+995 599 88 00 88
+995 593 13 02 15