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BEIGE MARBLE 2
'Sweet Beige Polished
 
 
BEIGE MARBLE 2
Sweet Beige Polished
COLOURS & STYLES
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THE STORY
Classic, magnificent and timeless, marble’s luxurious exterior captivates the attention of all, adding beauty to any space it’s in.
MATERIAL
Marble
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN
Turkey
AVAILABLE DIMENSIONS
(L)600 × (W)600 × (H)20 mm
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