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AZZURRA ELEGANCE SOFT
'ESO60B1 White Over Counter/Inset Basin
 
 
AZZURRA | ELEGANCE SOFT
ESO60B1 White Over Counter/Inset Basin
COLOURS & STYLES
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THE STORY
Elegance. Since the beginning of its history, Azzurra has been particularly focused on developing new goals about ceramic manufacturing. Now it’s introducing a new series of washbasins with a thin rim of 3 mm.

Elegance Forms perfectly match with the new trends of bath world, where frequently different material are used, losing the big potential of ceramic, which Azzurra keep maintaining as cornerstone of its production.
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN
Italy
AVAILABLE DIMENSIONS
(L)600 × (W)400 × (H)140 mm
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