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Old 06-24-2009, 09:24 AM   #1
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Ceramic or Porcelain that looks like a tumbled/honed stone tile?

Any manufactuer/vendor recommendations from the professionals out there identifying a ceramic/porcelain tile that has the look and feel of tumbled/honed stone? I'm looking for tiles varied in size for flooring (rectangular and square shaped) and 4X4 and 6x6 for backsplashes. I'm not having any success in my searches -
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You can see if this link works if so look at denver and karios porcelains you can look at them all but those are my prefered from Cronin CO

http://www.cronincompany.com/hendren/tile.htm
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Belmondo...is that spelled right? got sum perty tile
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Like the textured porcelain here at Crossville?

http://www.crossvilleinc.com/products_ps.cfm
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Master Tile here in Austin carries a rectified porcelain in a 12x12 and a 17x17 that looks awesome. The part number/name is SER-CRO-NOC.

You won't find a convincing tumbled 4x4 or 6x6...the smooth glaze on the tile and chipped edges on the porcelain don't look right.
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