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BESTILE BOSCO
'Bosco Negro
 
 
BESTILE | BOSCO
Bosco Negro
COLOURS & STYLES
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THE STORY
Porcelain tile Bosco Negro by Bestile features high shade and veins variation, simulating the effects of oxidation in great detail. The tile is highly suitable for industrial themed interiors.
MATERIAL
Glazed Porcelain Tile
APPLICATION
Floor
Wall
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN
Spain
VARIATION
Shade and Veins Variation
AVAILABLE DIMENSIONS
(L)600 × (W)100 mm
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