Stone Kind: Granite

Material Name: Rosa-Hody

Color: Pink with varying shades, possibly with black or gray veins

Country of Origin: Egypt

Quarry Location: Unknown

Material Availability: Available

Available Slabs Thickness: Varies

Available Tiles Thickness: Varies

Applications: Countertops, flooring, wall cladding, exterior paving

Rosa Hodi Granite

Rosa Hodi Granite, quarried in Egypt, showcases a stunning rosy pink hue adorned with white and black speckles, offering a distinctive aesthetic appeal. Its popularity in construction and decorative applications stems from its exquisite beauty and remarkable durability.


  • Durability: Renowned for its robustness, Rosa Hodi Granite ranks among the hardest types of granite globally, exhibiting resistance to weathering, erosion, and natural forces. This durability renders it a favored choice for various construction purposes, including columns, flooring, and cladding, ensuring longevity and structural integrity.
  • Active Quarries: The quarries in Egypt continue to yield Rosa Hodi Granite, maintaining its high demand in contemporary architecture and design. Alongside its durability, its unique color and speckled pattern make it sought after for interior design applications such as countertops, vanities, and flooring.
  • Physical Characteristics: Rosa Hodi Granite belongs to the biotite granite category, characterized by the presence of biotite minerals typically black or dark brown in color. The granite itself exhibits a pinkish-red hue with black and white speckles, creating its distinctive appearance.


  • Texture and Appearance: With a fine to medium-grained texture, Rosa Hodi Granite features a slight sparkle attributed to quartz crystals. Its speckled pattern arises from trace minerals like biotite, magnetite, and apatite, contributing to its unique allure and visual appeal.

Available Surface Finishes:

Polished, honed, brushed

Technical Data:

Compressive Strength: ( psi )21700

Flexural Strength: ( psi )2100

Abrasion Resistance Hardness: ( Ha )39.6

Density: ( Kg/m3 )2.638

Water Absorption: 0.09%

Modulus of Rupture: ( psi ) 2400