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Copper Dune granite is particularly prized for its hardness, its color and its marble-like veins that vary from dark to light brown that make it fascinating. The pastel earth tones are perfect for indoor and outdoor applications. It is available in both the traditional polished and “leather” finishes.
Irish Green marble is a marble known for its variety of light and dark green streaks. In geological terms, Irish Green is a very old stone and it was widely used by Renaissance architects to bring the colors of forest meadows into the lavish palazzos they designed. Antolini Irish Green is available in different finishes (polished, flamed, riven and leather) that highlight its intrinsic features and make it suitable for all types of architectural and interior applications.
Sequoia Brown is an exotic marble that stands out for its specific hardness and colors that recall wood. It is perfect for interior design applications, and when it is laid in strips it looks like a hardwood floor.
Bronze Amani is a brown marble with natural color shadings that create unique three-dimensional effects making it particularly suited to indoor applications. Bronze Amani lends itself to a variety of finishes, including flamed.