Jeffrey Court recently released new items in its Chapter 15, Classic Statuario collection. Classic Statuario now features 7 natural stone field tiles, ranging from square, to rectangular, to hexagonal, 13 mosaics and an assortment of Drawn Stone tiles in 3 unique sizes and 9 patterns. Produced in China using a special brushing process with heavily-weighted down diamond-tipped brushes that open the stones softer section to accentuate the veins, Chapter 15 is about the timeless and elegant simplicity of honed and brushed white marble.

Mosaic offerings include: Coit Nouveau, a small elongated hexagon; Mini Sticks, long thin strokes of marble; Waterfall, a geometric pattern resembling that of cascading water; and classic offerings such as Herringbone, Penny Round, Square, Hexagon and Brick.

The collection also offers four new Drawn Stone options: Mediterranean Manor, inspired by traditional Moroccan motifs, a matching border titled Manor; Roman Sanctuary resembling patterns found in ancient Roman sanctuaries, and an accompanying border, Sanctuary. There are now 14 Drawn Stone options available in the collection.

“We are excited to announce the release of the newly updated Chapter 15, Classic Statuario,” said Mike Manke, vice president of sales and marketing. “Sourcing only premium graded marble and the attention to detail in the design process we are confident these new offerings will create stunning natural stone finishes in every space.”

Using the latest in digital transfer technology, Jeffrey Court’s Drawn Stone patterns are printed directly on the stone and locked in using a patented UV curing process. Chapter 15 is accompanied by the essential finishing pieces, a crown, two dome profiles and a base. All trims are offered in a beautiful honed finish.

Chapter 15 will be showcased at the Coverings Show in Orlando, Fla., April 9-12 (Booth #230).

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