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The charm of traditional sandstone and the technical excellence of porcelain stoneware come together in escarpment. The greystone version provides an interesting compliment or an alternative to other greys with elements of the sandy tones coming through.

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Escarpment square
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Esteso circle


Esteso is an extended porcelain subway format produced in 3 material looks - stone, wood and clay; allowing fascinating combinations of either shade, material or both. The format enables herringbone, vertical, horizontal, stacked and staggered patterns to create may varieties of moods.

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Metz Etch series is inspired by the look of raw concrete and cementitious surfaces. Effects such as aged plasters and toppings can be seen ranging from a slight etched look through to the appearance of formwork marks, imprints and residues. The variety of tones and shading offers a product that will work with a many different schemes in both warmer and cooler hues. The “Shadow” feature provides even further interest as a wall, listello or solo pieces distributed through the area.

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Etch triangle
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