Pebblestone


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Peb´ble`stone`


1.A pebble; also, pebbles collectively.
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It was quiet - even the sound of Pebblestone Place apartments being built opposite didn't bother us.
Hammered or pebbled finishes, a strong staple in flatware, have extended to crystal and glass collections, such as those by Prima Design and Mikasa (its new Pebblestone bar and gift collection) and Moser, which expanded its popular Pebbles barware with a new shade of green.
The company also distributes K3's Pebblestone fashion distribution software.Country: UK, Sector: Computer Software, Wholesale/RetailTarget: Clarita Solutions LtdBuyer: K3 Business Technology Group plc Deal size in USD: 1.7mType: Corporate acquisitionFinancing: CashStatus: ClosedComment: Deal size refers to maximum price.
Playing off the Zen trend of river stones, Dale Tiffany unveils this Amber Pebblestone lamp.
We dipped these in a tray full of Pebblestone floor paint.