The top selling marble countertop in the UK is worth £2.7 million, and the top selling stone countertop is worth nearly £1 million.
In contrast, the second most popular countertop on the UK’s Top 100 list is a £400 piece of glass, with just one countertop selling for more than £2 million.
In fact, the UK marble counter top market is estimated to be worth around £2 billion, but according to the Royal Mint’s data, only £500 million worth of UK marble is used in the country each year.
According to the Mint’s report, the market for UK marble counters is estimated at £2,845 million.
However, the mint also warns that a large number of countertops are likely to be sold for less than the advertised price, so consumers will need to be wary of what they are buying.
The report, titled “Marks of the UK Marble Countertop Industry” says:There are a number of factors that contribute to the overall market price of UK Marble counters, including the value of the counters themselves, the amount of time they have been sold and the market’s perception of the price.
The most common factor that contributes to the value is the age of the counter, the type of counter and the colour of the finish, which is reflective of its age.
While it is true that the price of a UK marble top varies across the country, a majority of countertop sales are conducted on the “old school” side of the market.
According the Mint, a British Marble Countertops company called The Stone Mill produces only a small number of high-quality, affordable counters, which sell for around £20 each.
However it’s not just UK marble companies that are struggling to keep up with demand.
The BBC reports that a group of London marble makers has started producing more high-end, countertop options, but there is no guarantee that they will sell out within the next month.
This means consumers will likely be buying countertops that cost over £50,000.
The UK Marble Company also has a huge turnover, with sales in the £1 billion range.