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 Snowfall Granite
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Snowfall Granite

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2

Slab size:
Average m2 per slab: 6.5m2 |Average size small slab: 2500x1500mm |Average size large slab: 3200x1950mm |Approximate minimum slab sizes: 2500x1400mm |Approximate Maximum slab sizes: 3000x1900mm |Average slab size: 5.5m2
Tile sizes:
300x300x10mm |305x305x10mm |600x400x10mm |300x300x20mm |600x600x10mm |600x600x20mm
Available Finishes:
Polished |Honed |Flamed |Riven |Satinato |Sawn |Bush Hammered |Anticato
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Product Description

Snowfall also called Blanco Olimpo, is a natural stone originating from Brazil, which delivers warmth, and comfort at your home & office.
Its essential and purest elements go far beyond anything you have seen.
As the name suggests, the stone comes in a snow white tone, and perfectly usable for staircases, table tops, reception desks, and several others areas.

Product Data

Product Data

Stone typeGranite
ColourWhite
CountryBrazil
Price Rating2
Thicknesses20mm, 30mm
Suitable forExteriors, Interiors
Type of applicationArchitrave and columns, Bar countertop, Bathroom coverings, Bathroom worktop, Bench top, Countertop, Fireplace surround, Floorings, Kitchen worktop, Reception desk, Shower tray, Splashbacks, staircases, Table tops, Vanity top, Wall cladding, Washbasins, Wet rooms and Saunas
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