Each item in Minecraft has a unique ID assigned to it, known as an item ID, this can be used in commands to spawn the item into the game. The item ID for polished granite in Minecraft is shown below:
When Minecraft updated to version 1.13, a changed dubbed "The Flattening" was introduced. In "The Flattening", numerical IDs and item data was removed, and some item IDs were changed to make them more logical - Polished Granite was one of the many items that had their IDs changed.
For this reason, if you're playing on a Minecraft version below 1.13 (1.12, 1.8, 1.7), you should use what we've named a legacy ID for this item. The legacy ID for polished granite is:
Polished Granite has a data value of 2. You will need to add this to commands, along with its legacy item ID (below), to spawn it.
Items from earlier versions of Minecraft were assigned a numerical ID - a unique number to represent it.
This item also has a data value assigned to it. The data value is 2 - you need to add this to the item ID (with a colon before) in order to spawn polished granite.
The numerical ID for Polished Granite is:
The Polished Granite item can be spawned in Minecraft with the below command. Cheats must be enabled before this will work.
Below is a table of the tools that can be used to break Polished Granite blocks, and the speed it will take to break at (in seconds). This is calculated with the formula (1.5 * Block Hardness) / Tool Multiplier.
Polished granite has all the same properties as granite (it can be used interchangeably in crafting recipes). It is currently primarily a decorative block but it is believed that Mojang have plans to change this in future.
|Legacy Item ID (1.12.2 and Below)||minecraft:stone|
|Max Stack Size||64|
|Recipes Used In||Polished Granite Stairs, Polished Granite Slab|
|Min / Max State IDs||3 - 3|
| ||4x Polished Granite|