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Sheng Da Bodyguard

The Breton Worthy, which now becomes the Sheng Da Bodyguard.

13 November 2018 | Equipment

Italian stone machinery manufacturer Breton has licensed its Worthy bridge saw to be made in China, mainly for the Far Eastern market.

Flexbone 2Easy

The Flexbone 2Easy floating mat can halve flooring installation times.

13 November 2018 | Equipment

BAL is launching two new uncoupling mats with particular advantages for problem floors.

WWI cemetery

Prime ministers Theresa May and Charles Michel pay their respects to the first and last British soldiers to die in World War I at the Commonwealth War Graves Commission’s St Symphorien Military Cemetery today (9 November).

9 November 2018 | Natural Stone Memorials

Prime Ministers Theresa May (Britain) and Charles Michel (Belgium) toured the Commonwealth War Graves Commission’s St Symphorien Military Cemetery in Hainaut, Belgium, this morning (9 November) to...

The new Diespeker terrazzo floor and skirting as seen on TV.

Channel 4 programme Old House New Home finds architect George Clarke tackling old properties with history,...

Fox Marble quarry

The Fox Marble quarry in Macedonia.

8 November 2018
NSITG AGM 2018

Nigel Gilkinson (left), who runs the stonemasonry courses at the Building Crafts College in Stratford, London, shows some of those who attended the NSITG annual meeting around the College workshops.

6 November 2018
SSC

New from Wiseman is SSC – a sandstone cleaner that can be used indoors and out.

5 November 2018
Weber grout

A new premium grout for interiors and exteriors from Saint-Gobain Weber.

5 November 2018
Lapitec

Lapitec Bianco Polare in a Satin finish in the entrance hall of a New York skyscraper.

2 November 2018
Targa

This is Targa, part of the new high-shine Stonika collection in Cosentino's ultra-compact Dekton.

2 November 2018
BAL Floor Epoxy

The new BAL Floor Epoxy grout.

2 November 2018
Portland stone

Much of the Portland limestone extracted from the Dorset island of Portland these days comes from underground workings.

2 November 2018
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