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    Instant Classic: Adding to Caesarstone's Classico

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    Emperadoro and London Grey

    Inspired by natural marble, the additions to Caesarstone’s Classico, the collection of quartz-composite surfaces, employs nuanced color combinations and painterly veining. In Emperadoro, maple-brown rivulets animate a rich mocha field. London Grey layers charcoal highlights onto an opaque gray ground. White swirls amid Piatra Grey’s slate-gray ground. Dreamy Marfil captures the creamy undertones of ivory, or marfil in Spanish. One-upping the real thing: The composites are more resistant to stains and scratches.

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    Piatra Grey and Dreamy Marfil




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