Regina - Coffee Table
Two tone marble adding extra detail and a modern twist. Pedestal base with stunning stripe design.
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All screens vary in colour reproduction and whilst every effort has been made to display the colour as accurately as possible it is for guidance only.
While marble is denser than travertine, granite is the densest of them all. They are all porous and should be cared for like a fine wood. Coasters and place mats are recommended.
Because of the natural veining in travertine, marble and granite, natural stress points are always present. A top should always be carried perpendicular to the floor – just like a glass top. It should not be dropped or laid flat.
Because our tables are all naturally polished, the polish will vary across your table top. This is simply a result of a natural polish on a natural stone and one more way to emphasize the inherent unique beauty of each table.
The product that we use is natural. Each and every slab is unique and presents distinct characteristics. There can be variation in colour and veining from one slab to the next, and even within the same slab.
Natural veins can occur in the stone and this must not be mistaken for a crack or defect. If a crack were to appear it would travel through underneath and from side to side.
Fault lines are natural to stone as the rings on a tree trunk. Certain marbles tend to have more fault lines than others. These fault lines are created by the presence of a foreign substance during the formation of the marble with a different density than the surrounding portions of the marble. Fault lines, as the holes in travertine, are not a defect but natural to the product and visible fault lines do not indicate weakness.
Travertine and walnut travertine are naturally very porous stones. When polished the travertine and walnut travertine tops are filled to make a smooth surface for the table. Every effort is made for the fill to blend with the coloration of the table top but the fill will never be invisible.
Occasionally small openings (especially in travertine) are missed and remain open. This is not considered a defect. Clear resin is used with walnut travertine to fill in the holes as it blends with the variety of colours that walnut travertine presents.
The seam between the stone and the fill can leave a notable transition which could be mistaken for a crack. This transition is unavoidable when it occurs and does not sacrifice the stability of the table.
Our tables are polished with a natural paste wax. The wax is absorbed by the travertine/marble. This process provides the shine on the table top and certain amount of moisture repellence. Because the polish is natural, the shine can be uneven. This irregularity can be caused by either a varied absorption of the wax into the stone or by a varied effect due to the refraction of the light against minerals which have been deposited in different directions in the stone. This uneven polish is absolutely natural and normal and not to be considered a defect.
The only product applied to the tops is natural wax. This gives a certain amount of moisture repellence but does not offer full protection. Any beverage or liquid spilled on the top needs to be removed immediately to avoid rings or marks to be left. Stone International does not feel responsible for marks caused by liquids being spilled.
Even if it looks like a very solid and resistant material, marble, and travertine in general, is very fragile and porous As per a fine wooden table, when rings and stains occur as a consequence of food or liquid spillage, it will be very difficult to remove them. In the attempt to reduce their appearance, we suggest to re-polish your table with a coat of natural paste wax.
This will restore the shine and protect the surface. As you would with a fine piece of wood furniture, always use placemats, coasters, and trivets and clean any spills immediately. Regular rubbing alcohol is a perfect product to use for day-to-day cleaning.
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Item Number: 9000208354
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