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ELEMENT CERAMICS DORA GREY
'MA57694P
 
 
ELEMENT CERAMICS | DORA GREY
MA57694P
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THE STORY
Dora Grey, marble inspired tile collection from Element showcases the splendor of marble with realistic veining and beautiful grey tones.
MATERIAL
Glazed Porcelain Tile
APPLICATION
Wall
Floor
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN
China
VARIATION
Shade and Veins Variation (V2)
AVAILABLE DIMENSIONS
(L)1500 × (W)750 mm
FINISH
Polished
FINISH
Polished
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