marble dimensions - profile edges

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  • 30X40x2cm
  • 40X40x2cm
  • 30,5X61x1cm
  • 40X80x2cm
  • 40XFLx2cm
  • 60X60x2cm
  • 30,5X30,5x1cm
  • 60X90x2cm
  • 80X80x2cm
  • 1.00X1.00x2cm

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Marble is one of the most lavish and elegant flooring options available. It has a rich history, and has been the material of choice for designers, architects, and artists throughout all of human history. All natural, marble floor tiles are quarried from mountain ranges in countries around the world, and are available in a number of different finishes, sizes, and colors.

The beauty and special characteristics of natural stones emerge from the finishing processes available, and which are widely utilized by current architectural and construction trends. Each finish provides a different aspect to natural stone that takes on new shades of colours, new visual and tactile sensations, enhancing the natural characteristics. Here are the most widely used ones:


A polished surface finish is shiny and reflective. This is a glossy mirror like finish. The full colour, depth, and crystal structure of the stone is visible. The stone appears darker and the colours seem richer. A polished finish will highlight the character of natural stone. This finish is considered the finest and smoothest available.


Honing removes the gloss from the surface, creating a soft matte look. The surface remains smooth to the touch. The result is a smooth surface without reflection. The stone will have a matte like appearance.

Brushed / Leathered

A variety of methods are used in order to achieve a textured surface; either chemical (acid wash) or mechanical. There are different levels of brushing - from the subtle satin or vellutato finish to deeper brushing, creating a leathered effect.


A surface treatment applied by intense heat flaming, which creates a rough surface finish, more appropriate for exterior applications. The surface is usually brushed after flaming, when used for interior application.


This is actually a style of finishes rather than a particular finish. Leathered and tumbled finishes are all examples of an antiqued finish.


Slightly tumbled to achieve rounded edges and a surface which is not as smooth as when honed.