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Artificial Stone

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Artificial Stone

Artificial stone is a material used in building and construction which is made from a variety of synthetic materials, such as porcelain, ceramic, glass and metal. These materials are combined and processed in a kiln to produce a strong and durable stone-like material. Artificial stone can be used to create a range of products, including tiles, countertops and fireplace surrounds. The material is easy to clean and maintain and is available in a range of colours and textures, making it a great choice for both interior and exterior use.

Synthetic stone, faux stone, manufactured stone, man-made stone, artificial rock, engineered stone, cultured stone.

Lauren Moore

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