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Mouth-Watering


Fruity coloured quartz surfaces from Stone Masters


Stone Masters, the


innovative granite and quartz stone specialists,


has two new additions to its collection of over 400


granites and quartz stone, which evoke the fresh


citrus vibe of summer into the kitchen…even when the weather is dull and dreary!


Stone Masters’ zesty Compac Apple Quartz brings the fresh citrus vibe of summer into the kitchen. It has a polished finish and features tiny mirror flecks that catch the light and brighten the ambience. Tis flamboyant green work surface is available in 12, 20 or 30 mm thicknesses.


Stone Masters’ brand new Compac Venecia Quartz is the epitome of summer. Reminiscent of “tutti-frutti” ice cream, the fresh white stone is peppered with multi- coloured flecks of crystal. Te eye-catching and exuberant tone of the Compac Venecia evokes a colourful and vibrant ambience in the home. Compac Venecia has a polished finish; emphasizing its dazzling crystal chips.


Compac Apple Quartz Tiny mirror flecks that subtly spark light as you approach the stone. Available thicknesses: 30mm, 20mm, 12mm. Available finishes: Polished. From £257.92 per linear metre (12mm)


Compac Venecia Quartz Te quartz features a white base with multi-coloured crystal flecks; including green, blue, red and yellow. Available thicknesses: 12mm, 20mm, 30mm. (other edge profiles are available on request) Available finish: Polished From £320.32 per linear metre (12mm)


Stone Masters was founded in 1997. It has a warehouse, factory and showroom in North-West London. Stone Masters is the largest online stone fabricator in the UK with over 400 granite and quartz stones including exclusive colours.


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