Marble Art


Mosaic is the Marble Art of creating images using small pieces of tiles that has been machined for use as tile. It can be a decorative arts technique, an aspect of interior decoration, or something of cultural and spiritual importance such as a cathedral.
There are three main methods:
The direct method, the indirect method, and the double indirect method.

 CIDG can provide any design of mosaic Marble Art.  Send your design and the applied area’s dimensions.

Marble Art

Wall cladding

Wall cladding Marble Art is when a material is used to cover an exterior wall. In areas such as kitchens and bathrooms, it is important to use such methods to protect walls from water, heat and gas fumes generated during cooking. In such cases, without wall siding, the paint can flake off the wall and damage it. To prevent this, wall panels are the best solution and can also be an attractive element of your home. The marble finish on the rock walls and split surfaces gives it a more unique appearance than a plain wall. Wall coverings also serve many other decorative purposes

Marble Art

It is a complete system of railings and railings that keep people from falling over the edge, simply the term for the vertical posts that hold the railings. This is sometimes called a guard or spindle. Often on the steps he needs two parapets. The second baluster is closer to the riser and higher than the first baluster. The additional height of the second baluster is usually halfway between the baluster decoration elements. In this way the lower decorative elements align with the steps and the upper elements with the railing brackets. However, this means that the 1st and his 2nd spar are manufactured separately and are not interchangeable. Railings without decorative elements can be replaced.

Marble Art

Water Jet

Water jet Marble Art designs are created using a water jet cutter. A water jet cutter is a tool that can cut Marble Art or granite with a jet of water at high speed and high pressure. You can also use a mixture of water and abrasives for operations such as cutting. Forming, engraving, reaming.
CIDG uses waterjet technology whenever possible. This is because there is no “heat-affected zone”, which allows cutting without affecting the inherent structure of the material. This means that metal can be cut without damaging or altering its inherent properties.

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Marble art

CID Egypt has all marble art tiles types and colors, marble art for house exterior, the biggest natural stone supplier in Egypt

  • About

Marble may be used anywhere in the house and is admired for its classic design Marble Art, texture, and high-gloss polish in addition to a wide range of exquisite hues. Marble Art is one of the most adaptable decorative stones since it comes in solid or strikingly veined variations and can be carved or sculpted in many different ways. Modern technology makes exquisite marble items accessible to even the most frugal homeowners. Marble Art is frequently seen as a symbol of luxury.

Even though it has been used to create Marble Art since before the invention of writing, marble is most frequently associated with the heroic, idealized, and exquisite sculptures of the human form produced at the height of the Greek and Roman empires. Marble is a pale, metamorphic rock that is derived from limestone.

Its natural features offered the chance to depict their Gods’ human shapes in naturalist detail.

Marble Art was valued for its naturalistic physical characteristics, durability, and translucency. Marble’s allusion to the antique world, including Hellenistic Greece and the Roman Empire, was a favorite among Renaissance Italian painters.

Marble Art is a beautiful natural stone. Homeowners have long appreciated it for its traditional and timeless beauty, as well as its links with luxury. It has also been utilized in monuments all throughout the world because of its distinctive and luxurious texture.

  • Applications of marble art
  • Balustrade Marble Art
  • Wall cladding Marble Art
  • Flooring tiles Marble Art
  • Mosaic tiles Marble Art
  • Veneer tiles Marble Art
  • Sculptures Marble Art
  • Advantages of using marble art
  • Only marble has a slight translucency subsurface scattering that is comparable to that of human skin. It is this translucency that gives a marble art a visual depth beyond.
  • It’s relatively soft and easy to work when first quarried.
  • Marble is extremely durable
  • Varieties of Colors and Patterns
  • Glassy Effect
  • Edges:

Choosing the ideal edge profile for your particular taste and design style will optimize your design and add the finishing touch to your surface.

Edges profile available:

  • Flat edge
  • Half bevel edges
  • Half bullnose edge
  • Demi bullnose edge
  • Full bullnose edge
  • 1\4 top – bottom round edge
  • 1\4 top round edge
  • Ogee edge
  • Ogee bullnose edge
  • Waterfall edge
  • Dupont edge
  • Cove edge
  • Cove – ogee edge
  • Arris edge
  • Reverse edge
  • 1\4 bevel edge
  • Finishes:
  • Polished: A high gloss, mirror-like surface is produced by grinding, sanding, and shining.
  • Honed: The finish is produced by grinding and sanding, and it is not glossy. This works best in settings with heavy usage and little upkeep.
  • Tumbled: A mixture of sand, water, and weak acid is used to tumble stones to give them an aged appearance.
  • Available sizes:
  • Cut to size
  • Small opus pattern
  • Tiles
  • Our factory can produce different sizes of tiles and different thicknesses as 1cm, 1.2cm, 1.5cm, 2cm, 3cm
  • Common Marble Tiles sizes are: 30×60, 40×40, 40×60, 40×80,60×60, 60×90, 80×80, 90×90, 100x100cm

Egypt Marble

  • Installation process:

Mosaic marble installation method

1.Prepare Your Surface

Mosaic tile installation requires a perfectly flat and smooth surface, just like any other tile installation. Modern tile work typically uses cement board as the underlayment, either directly against wall studs or over a plywood subfloor. In non-wet areas, mosaic tile can be installed directly on plywood or wallboard, but professionals prefer cement board since it provides the best underlayment.

Install the cement board in complete sheets first, then cut sections to fit the empty spots. The best way to cut cement board is to score it with a sharp utility knife while using a steel carpenter’s framing square as a guide, and then snap it along the score lines. The panels’ rough side should be facing out as you use cement board screws to fasten them to the studs. Leave a space between the panels of roughly 1/8 inch. Fiberglass cement board tape measuring 2 inches wide should be used to seal the joints between cement board panels. A thin layer of thin-set adhesive should then be applied with a taping knife to cover the tape.

  1. Plan the Tile Layout

To ensure that grout seams run squarely, a well-planned pattern is necessary for a successful mosaic tile installation. Draw layout lines that cut the surface in half from top to bottom and from left to right by crossing perpendicular lines. The majority of professionals start the installation process in the exact middle of the surface, installing all entire tile sheets before making any necessary cuts at the edges and around obstructions.

3. Attach the First Tile Sheet

Apply a coating of thin-set glue to one of the layout quadrants starting at the intersection of the layout lines, working in parts that are about 2 to 3 feet square. Avoid using too much adhesive; the cement board should be visible at the bottom of the grooves. Apply the first tile sheet into the corner of the first quadrant, making sure it is precisely square with the layout lines by correcting it with your hands. To securely embed the tile in the thin-set, press down. As you slowly relieve palm pressure from the tile, keep an eye out for any sliding during the holding period.

4. Fill in the First Quadrant

Using tile spacers, install adjacent mosaic sheets in the first quadrant in the same way, making sure that the gaps between the sheets match the gaps between the individual tiles in the sheets exactly. Small tiles are spaced apart in mosaic sheets to allow the sheets to interlock. Make sure the grout seams are uniformly spaced throughout the tile field.

5. Set the Tiles

Mosaic sheets can ripple or create waves on the surface, which is a different behavior than a single huge tile. To avoid this, tap the mosaic sheet into the thin-set with a rubber mallet and a tiny piece of plywood (about 8 inches square) after each few sheets are installed. By flattening the tile area, a lovely smooth surface is created. Make sure there is no lippage (when one row of tiles is higher than its surrounding row) or slippage by paying close attention to the seams between the sheets (where gaps between sheets are wider than the grout gaps within the sheets).

6. Cut the Tile Sheets to Fit

You’ll probably need to cut tile sheets to size as you get closer to the tile area’s edges. You can sometimes construct a partial sheet that is precisely the proper size for your purposes by simply cutting fiberglass mesh, but in other cases, you might need to precisely trim each edge tile. Avoid this wherever possible; you might be able to fill the gaps at the edge of a layout with baseboard moldings, cove tiles, or other embellishments. Simply use a sharp utility knife to cut the mesh backing at the grout seams to reduce the size of the sheets. The cut tile sheets should be installed in the same way as the complete sheets.

7. Cut the Individual Tiles

There are various alternatives available when it comes to cutting individual tiles off the sheet. Similar to how ceramic full-size tiles are run through wet saws, tile sheets can also be fed through them. When installing very large tile projects that require a lot of cutting, this is by far the simplest method for cutting tiles. Home improvement stores and tool leasing businesses lend out wet saws. Simple wet saws are reasonably priced and a wise purchase if you frequently work with tiles.

8. Complete Installation on the Remaining Quadrants

Install the trim or accent tiles you’re using to finish the job. This could be baseboard tiles, cove tiles, or bullnose edging. Thin-set adhesive is also used to apply these. After all the tiles are put in place, wait a little while for the installation to firm before grouting.

9. Mix the Grout

Mix a batch of grout from dry powder once the mosaic tiles have fully cemented into the thin-set and are not in danger of shifting (or you can use pre-mixed grout for small jobs). Use sanded grout when the grout seams are broader and unsanded grout for tiles with grout seams that are 1/8 inch or less.

10. Apply the Grout

Spread the grout over the tile’s top by loading the edge of a rubber grout float with grout. Holding the grout float at a 45-degree angle to the surface, push grout into the joints using several passes of the grout float. The grout is pushed deeply into the joints by the float’s edge. To make sure that grout completely fills all joints, you will need to switch the grout float’s orientation. Continue until grout is used to fill all joints. This can take a while when working with mosaic tiles because there are several grout joints. To remove a significant amount of extra grout from the tile surface, use the grout float’s edge.

11. Clean the Tile Surface

According to the manufacturer’s instructions, allow the grout to slightly firm before wiping the face of the tiles with a fresh cloth to remove any dried grout. Use a liquid grout haze remover to remove any leftover grout film after the grout has fully dried (again, in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions).

12. Seal the Grout Lines

Because tile grout is porous, it needs to be sealed in order to preserve both the quality of the grout and the underlayment. This is especially crucial in moist environments, like showers. Apply a sealant according to the manufacturer’s recommendations, and make sure the grout is fully dried and cured before doing so. The simplest approach to apply sealer to mosaic tiles with their numerous grout lines is to brush or roll it across the entire surface. Wipe away extra sealant from the tiles’ surface as the surface starts to dry; it will have already seeped into the grout. For first sealing, the majority of sealers advise two coats, followed by subsequent applications every one to two years.

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Egypt Granite

  • Selection and Ordering:

Creative Interior style cluster (CIDG) often provides various sizes, finishes and colors of innovative marble art with various choices to suit your design. We are assured that we have a tendency to primarily have the marble art that will perfectly fit to your project.

Browse our choice or visit our design team these days for facilitate determinative the pattern and also the needed type of marble art and the size that is right for you.

Once you have got hand-picked what you wanting for, contact our client service team to request quote with the costs and purchase your order. Then, your ordered stone are going to be finely move size in our progressive factory.

Following that, CIDG can eventually package and ship your order through careful steps, keeping you updated and informed throughout the method.

As Egypt’s leading natural stone wholesale supplier, our team is prepared to make sure your ordering and shipping process is fast, smooth, and reliable.

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  • CID’s Quarries

CID is the premium Egyptian marble, granite, limestone and Quartz manufacturer and factory, supplying clients from across the world. We pride ourselves for being renown as one of the finest stone companies in Egypt. Our factories and quarries in Egypt are ready to supply and export to any country in the world.


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  • Our Promise:

 Precision, Trust, Quick Turn Around Guaranteed

We focus on manufacturing the most exquisite natural stone with precision in our state-of-the-art factory and cutting-edge machinery.

We ensure clients- from designers, contractors, builders, and homeowners the trusted advice in consultation with our industry experts and punctuality of order delivery with a quick turnaround response. Our very own shipping and handling company guarantees on time shipping of our products to any port around the world.

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