Licycon Flamed and Brushed by Alice Kerrison Interior Design. Photography by Willem Rethmeier..jpg
Licycon Flamed and Brushed by Alice Kerrison Interior Design. Photography by Willem Rethmeier.jpg
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Licycon Flamed and Brushed 30mm in most areas, pool surround 40mm thick. Beach House by EB Interiors. Photography by Prue Ruscoe - 04.jpg
Licycon Flamed and Brushed 30mm in most areas, pool surround 40mm thick. Beach House by EB Interiors. Photography by Prue Ruscoe - 05.jpg
Licycon Flamed and Brushed 30mm in most areas, pool surround 40mm thick. Beach House by EB Interiors. Photography by Prue Ruscoe - 02.jpg

Stone Licycon

The spectacularly variegated taupe tones of Licycon make this unusually coloured marble a striking choice for sophisticated projects.
Licycon is very durable and suitable for internal or external floors, walls or joinery.

Full slabs may be viewed at a number of our warehouses across the country. Call us on 1300 278 336 to enquire and book an appointment.

Use
Bathroom
External
Facade
Floor
Kitchen
Vanity
Wall
Material
Marble
Finish
Honed
Flamed and Brushed
Sandblasted
Origin

Italy

Slabs Available

Yes

For sizes, stock, lead times and pricing please contact us.

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Licycon honed

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Licycon Flamed & Brushed

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Licycon Gritblasted

Dimensions

Width Height Depth
Licycon Honed 800mm 400mm 15mm
Licycon Flamed & Brushed 600mm 300mm 20mm
For information on current slab sizes, please call a showroom on 1300 278 336
Other special sizes and finishes may be available upon request

Downloads

    Expert Series Episode 1 — Natural Stone

    Our experts answer some frequently asked questions about stone including what is natural stone, what are some of the strengths as an architectural surface and why it is a popular material used in Australia.

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    Expert Series Episode 7 — Natural vs Engineered Stone

    In this video we explain the differences between natural stone and engineered stone, the common misconceptions between the two and the shortcomings of engineered and synthetic stone products.

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