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Artedomus introduces Magnesia slab and Polardur mosaics

Artedomus has introduced two new products to its natural stone collection.

Magnesia is dark grey hard wearing quartzite with soft variations. It has a thin profile of 12 millimetres and is available in brushed finish. Magnesia is suitable for joinery, floors, walls and external applications.

Polardur mosaic is a new addition to Artedomus’s Artesserae range. It is a highly resistant and durable charcoal-coloured stone mosaic available in soft brushed finish in diamond, herringbone and brick formats. The mosaics are suitable for kitchens, bathrooms, walls and floors.

Artesserae is designed and curated by Thomas Coward Studio, available exclusively at Artedomus.

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