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Neolith Pietra di Osso

Neolith have a range of limestone looking stones. Pietra di Osso is exactly this with a beige, plain but mottled look which is typical of the limestone you see cladding old, posh buildings in the earliest cities.  This is not natural stone however, but a procelain, very realistic, replica. It has numerous advantages over natural stone in terms of hard wearingness.

  • Beige_Cream

How much would a Neolith Pietra di Osso kitchen cost?

  • £582.00

  • £582.00

  • £582.00

  • £582.00

  • £582.00

What is included in these prices
These prices are indicative for averaged sized kitchen worktops of these shapes for the price group you have chosen. Templating and fitting charges may vary for your kitchen depending on the distance from our factory. These prices include:
  • Worktops (including templating & fitting)
  • Sink cut out and tap holes
  • 1 set of 5 drainer grooves
  • Hob cut out
  • VAT at 20%
Neolith

Neolith offers large format porcelain sheets as an alternative to quartz. Some of the design possibilities for Neolith are quite stunning, with the stand out range undoubtedly the Classtone range which has utlra realistic marble designs. Even as stone experts, we have to carefully inspect these marble effect slabs to see the printed design underneath, such is the quality of the finish.  Check out Estatuario for sure.

These ceramic style slabs have a number of clear advantages over quartz worktops and natural stone. They are extremely hard to the extent that they will give your knife a challenge. In addition, they are heat resitstant in a massive way. So non-porosity, heat resistance and scratch resistance are something everybody likes hearing when considering surfaces.

A particluar favourite of ours is Neolith's Iron range. These rusty looking surfaces have this amazing industrial feel which is vogue at present. Consider buying a stone like Iron Moss from the range for pure spectacle.

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