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Popular since Roman times, travertine was one of the most widely used kinds of marble in ancient buildings and has continued to influence the work of artists and architects through to the modern and contemporary era. The material can easily be recognised from its distinctive surface holes, which need to be filled with cement or resin subsequent to installation. The three-dimensional graphic effect enables to reproduce the rough look of unfilled travertine, creating a unique and striking finished result that combines the aesthetics of the original material with the versatility and practicality of ceramics.


We offer a range of sizes and depths. Please contact us for more details.

T: 01525 211955


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