e 3654 Australia: Retail: We are Melbourne and are renovating a house. We expect to commence our renovations late 2002, early 2003. The kitchen will be completely rebuilt with either granite or Saturnia cross cut stone on the kitchen benchtops. We will have a long L shaped kitchen with cooktops and sinks as well as one big bench which will measure approximately 3.3 metres long x 1.2 metres wide. Ideally I would like to have the big bench made out of one piece of stone. 
We would be looking to purchase from a local retailer and at a location that we could view the slabs. My real concern is that I like the look of Saturnia cross cut stone, but do not know anything about the durability and longevitity of using such a product in a heavy traffic area such as the kitchen. 
Alternatively, I have viewed your Stone Album and am interested in the granites from Australia. Can you advise if there is a retailer in Victoria, Australia who has these granites on display? I also like the Grigio Perla, which is from Italy. Is this granite available in Australia? I have found that we are very limited in our granite selection and all the wholesalers and stonemasons seem to carry the same, very boring and often seen everywhere granites. I am after a different look for my kitchen and do not want to use the same old granites that have been done to death in kitchens and homes Australia wide. July 31,
Offer 3: Have you thought of using Quartz composite stone for your bench tops? We are base in Melbourne. Auatralia
offer 2: We can supply but need complete info i.e.
- quantity and sizes
- delivery location and phone no.
- prefer to buy locally or import? any preferred countries?
- stone details - country, trade name or description, image, is it in FindStone's Stone Album?
- status of project, expected purchase date, & decision criteria for purchase e.g. price?
- application - where would it be used? or your company profile if you are buying to stock it
If you have prices, tell us what they are.
offer 1: Select from www.findstone.com/tosell.htm and  www.findstone.com/pricelists.htm and www.findstone.com/readystock.htm and www.findstone.com/matph.htm