The most common Italian marble is Carrara, named for the region it comes from. “Carrara has a gray field, or background,” says Bruno, “with a light gray veining.” This stone can also tend toward blue-gray, and the patterning is usually soft and feathery.
• Gorgeous quartz tabletop with eased edge
• Plywood Underlayment
• Non-porous with superior performance against staining, scratching and scorching
• Maintenance-free no sealing or special cleaners required
• Thickness:2/3 cm
• Jumbo: 63"*126"
• Super Jumbo:78.7"*137.8"
• Wipe surface with a wet sponge.
• Let it air dry