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CINCA HEART OF STONE
'8163 (Black)
 
 
CINCA | HEART OF STONE
8163 (Black)
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THE STORY
Heart of Stone takes you to the essence of stone in tile. With five different nuances carefully recreated to resemble nature’s assemble, the Heart of Stone series comes in 3 different sizes for each and every surfacing need.
MATERIAL
Glazed Porcelain Tile
APPLICATION
Wall
Floor
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN
Portugal
VARIATION
Shade and Veins Variation (V4)
AVAILABLE DIMENSIONS
(L)490 × (W)85 mm
(L)490 × (W)120 mm
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