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Caramellato Granite

Caramellato Granite is a kind of golden beige granite quarried in Brazil. This stone is especially good for Construction stone, ornamental stone, mosaic, countertops, stairs and other design projects. It also called Caramello Granite, Caramelato Granite . Caramellato Granite can be processed into Polished, Sawn Cut, Sanded, Rockfaced, Sandblasted, Tumbled and so on.

Data on Caramellato Granite
Name: Caramellato Granite

Catalog:Granite

Color: Beige

Country: Brazil

Recommended Usage: Construction stone, ornamental stone, mosaic, countertops, stairs

Finishing Surface: Polished, Sawn Cut, Sanded, Rockfaced, Sandblasted, Tumbled

Additional Names: Caramello Granite,Caramelato Granite
Testing

Water Absorption: N/A

Compressive Strength: N/A

Density: N/A

Flexural Strength: N/A

Description
  • Caramelato Slabs & Tiles, Caramellato Granite Slabs Time:Mar 01,2018port:
    Size(cm)SurfaceStone FormPrice
    300*182*3PolishedSlab$114.13/Square Meters
  • Caramellato Granite Slabs Time:Jul 12,2017port:
    Size(cm)SurfaceStone FormPrice
    290*190*3PolishedSlab$126/Square Meters
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