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    „Gothic“ is the name the Italian furniture manufacturer Fratelli Boffi gave their latest work by Ferrucio Laviani. They are an homage to stonemasons’ work on the Cathedrals but worked in wood

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    A strong decline in the Chinese stone sector’s foreign trade in 2016: According to figures by the General Administration of Customs

    In the readers’ interest: use Stone-ideas.com to raise awareness for your stand at Marmomac and your company profile

    Stone-Ideas.com will be sending out a Special Newsletter to its 5,500 addresses in the stone branch in the run-up to this year’s Marmomac

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    Wallpaper reminiscent of natural stone, but not imitating the appearance is the work of Italian manufacturer Londonart. The collection by the name of Modernity comprises a number of examples

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    The famous Aztec Sun Stone, a 24 t basalt rock disk, was to predict the end of the world. That is the conclusion of scientist Susan Milbrath from Florida Museum of Natural History

    Online Exhibiton by the Getty Research Institute: „The Legacy of Ancient Palmyra“

    Exhibition shows drawings by 18th-century architect Louis-François Cassas and largely unseen photographs by 19th-century photographer Louis Vignes

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    The title „A spectacular place“ best describes the Darvaz Crater in Turkmenistan, also known as „door to hell“

    Stone conservation field school at the Sainte-Marie among the Hurons National Historic Site, Canada

    Willowbank offers a three-weeks course in June 2017 with focus on the conservation of a 1639 stone fireplace remains, the earliest European masonry located in Ontario

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    „How can these tombstones be repurposed that were blown over and cracked in a major storm?“ is a question someone from an insurance company has raised on the webpage of Repurposed Materials Inc.

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    „Vaseguy“ (pun intended!) is the nickname a Canadian artist was given by visitors to a local West Coast handicrafts market where he was selling his natural stone vases