It’s a light cream marble streaked with red. The streaks look so strong that they appear fossilised on the surfaces and the streaks create a design pattern which looks wavy. Imagine a large slab or a block, you can compare it with the wavy waters on a beach sand except for the red streaks. Certain varieties of it is quarried in Turkey and is claimed mainly to be quarried in Iran. The creamy white base colour sometimes turn golden beige and that depends on the geography of the quarries. This marble despite its looks is not expensive but is considered to be a decorative material because of its looks. This marble carries variety names and it applies itself well to be used as a building stone, to make sinks, to make monuments, pools, interior and exterior walls, floors and pavings and is an ornamental stone. As the usage is more, its surface finishes are also more: Honed, Aged, Polished, Sawn cut, Sanded, Sand Blasted, Bush Hammered and Tumbled.