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PAMESA CERAMICA SYMI
'Symi Perla and Rlv.Symi Perla
 
 
PAMESA CERAMICA | SYMI
Symi Perla and Rlv.Symi Perla
COLOURS & STYLES
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THE STORY
Symi is a marble effect tile with irregular veining that, together with its matching décor and relief tile, adds a touch of class to any corner.
MATERIAL
Ceramic Tile
APPLICATION
Wall
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN
Spain
VARIATION
Shade and Veins Variation (V3)
AVAILABLE DIMENSIONS
(L)1000 × (W)333 mm
FINISH
Matt
FINISH
Matt
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