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Slate

Slate is formed in rivers and ponds from clay accumulating in thin layers at the bottom of the waterbeds and therefore has a naturally
textured surface.


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Although most commonly available in dark neutral shades of black, charcoal, gray, pewter, and brown, variations with highlights of blue, green and red can also be found. Completely non-porous, slate can withstand some abuse but corner and edge pieces may be more vulnerable.

Natural Stone Slate Bathroom Sink
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