A Marble of Distinction – ANN SACKS® Calacatta Mink

PORTLAND, Ore (October 1, 2017) From the famed quarries nestled in the Carrara mountains of Tuscany, Italy, comes Calacatta Mink, the latest marble to join ANN SACKS impressive line-up. A creamy blend of light grey to shades of celadon and grey serve as the backdrop to impressive swaths of deep grey to dark green-grey veining eliciting an ombre effect that is as beautiful as it is distinctive in its presentation.

Calacatta Mink has a softly honed surface with a wide range of variance in its veining and other occlusions including spider veining and golden flecks that play across the surface and gently reflect light. An ideal choice for large slab
installations, Calacatta Mink is offered 
in 6”x24” and 12”x24” field tiles and a
30”x72” slab length. A slight bevel accentuates the field tiles.

Calacatta Mink is an in-stock, inventoried tile making it a smart choice for commercial and residential projects and acceptable for all interior wall and flooring applications. As in all natural stone, Calacatta Mink should be sealed with a penetrating sealer and occasionally cleaned and resealed to maintain its beauty for years to come. 


Founded in 1981, ANN SACKS has built its reputation with inspiring designs in tile, stone, plumbing, lighting and accessories. Based in Portland, Ore., the company, along with sister brands, KALLISTA plumbing and Robern mirrored cabinetry and vanities, is a division of the Kohler Co. Decorative Products Group, and a wholly owned subsidiary of Kohler Co.

Founded in 1873 and headquartered in Kohler, Wis., Kohler Co. is one of America’s oldest and largest privately held companies. Kohler is a global leader in the manufacture of kitchen and bath products, engines and power generation systems, cabinetry, tile and home interiors, and international host to award-winning hospitality and world-class golf destinations.

For additional information regarding Calacatta Mink or other ANN SACKS products, consumers can call toll-free 1-800-278-TILE or visit the ANN SACKS website at