Comblanchien limestone tile originally used as wall cladding in the lobby of a Parisian building. The front is polished and the back is just sawn. Comblanchien is a limestone usually used in architectural decoration for its marble-like appearance. Its name is related to the commune of Comblanchien in the Côte-d'Or (Burgundy, France) where the quarries from which it is extracted are located.


74,5 cm (± 0,5 cm)


46 cm


3 cm (± 0,2 cm)

A-quality: Good used condition. There are some chips, broken corners, joint marks and holes on the sides from the original fittings (see images). Dusty, needs to be cleaned.  

B-quality: At least 43 cm wide and 71 cm long are intact, but tiles are damaged along the edges. Some cuts will be necessary along the edges before installation.

Comblanchien limestone tile (W. 46 cm)

  • State

barcode: 999FLO833A

Weight: 25.00 kg

19.00 € 19.00 € / pc 19.0 EUR

15.70 €

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