Caesarstone® has announced a new edition to the Concetto® Collection.
June 20th, 2012
Caesarstone® is proud to announce the launch of Aragonite, the latest edition to the Caesarstone Concetto® semi-precious stone collection.
Named after the Spanish municipal of Molina de Aragon, Aragonite naturally occurs in some of the most stunning places on earth, like the caves of Morocco where the natural Aragonite crystal clusters are simply known as “cave flowers”.
Caesarstone’s Concetto® is a collection of extraordinary surfaces hand-made from individually cut and bound semi-precious stones.
Sourced from all corners of the world, semi-precious stones radiate the most vivid colours and breathtaking structures of these natural materials.
Now, in a unique blend of art, nature and technology, Concetto® brings the sophistication and powerful energy of these stones to the surface.
Made from completely natural semi-precious stones, each surface is completely unique with its own intrinsic shadings and patterns.
Ideal for a wide variety of applications such as kitchen bench tops, splashbacks, bathroom surfaces, furniture pieces and feature walls, Concetto® carries the same superior properties as all Caesarstone® surfaces.
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