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Shell Rose Mother Of Pearl Flower Waterjet Mosaic Tile
Shell Rose Mother Of Pearl Flower Waterjet Mosaic Tile
Shell Rose Mother Of Pearl Flower Waterjet Mosaic Tile
Shell Rose Mother Of Pearl Flower Waterjet Mosaic Tile
Shell Rose Mother Of Pearl Flower Waterjet Mosaic Tile
Shell Rose Mother Of Pearl Flower Waterjet Mosaic Tile
Shell Rose Mother Of Pearl Flower Waterjet Mosaic Tile
Shell Rose Mother Of Pearl Flower Waterjet Mosaic Tile
Shell Rose Mother Of Pearl Flower Waterjet Mosaic Tile
Shell Rose Mother Of Pearl Flower Waterjet Mosaic Tile
Shell Rose Mother Of Pearl Flower Waterjet Mosaic Tile
Shell Rose Mother Of Pearl Flower Waterjet Mosaic Tile
waterjet mosaic white thassoa & mother of pearl floral mosaic tile
$ 5.00

Shell Rose Mother Of Pearl Flower Water jet Mosaic Tile

Designer: Jason Skadsen
Timeless water jet tile pairs the traditional elegance of Bianco Carrara and Thassos White Crystal Onyx with the gentle glimmer of Mother of Pearl shell. Limited quantity available.

PROVENANCE: Italy (Bianco Carrara), Greece (Crystal Onyx), South Pacific (Mother of Pearl)  Full Pattern Size: 28.7” x 30.7” | 6.11 Square Feet

 

FINISH: Polished USE: Kitchen backsplash, bathroom wall, tub surround, shower niche and walls.INSTALLATION: Interlocking sheets on mesh backing for easy installation.PACKAGING: Sheets are individually packaged for maximum protection.


MATERIALS

Bianco Carrara: Carrara marble is a natural Italian stone quarried from the mountains of Carrara, Italy. With a classic white-to-grey base, Bianco Carrara features shining grains and smoky veins of black and grey. Carrara marble is famous for its use by legendary architects and designers. Michelangelo’s David, the Roman Pantheon and the pulpit of Italy’s Siena Cathedral are carved from Carrara marble.


Thassos White Crystal Onyx: A pure white onyx with subtle variations in color, Crystal Onyx is quarried in Greece.


Mother of Pearl: Drawn from the inner lining of seashells, Mother of Pearl has featured in East Asian and Islamic religious art for centuries. It adds subtle highlights to natural stone designs with its gentle iridescence.

 

 

 

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