Edge Profiles :

Eased Profile
Eased Profile

This edge is quite common and simple, but with its upper radius of 3 mm, it offers a clean and simple look, while maximizing the bold appearance and quality of the material. When choosing a thicker stone, the look can vary, and have a very different effect! This edge is mainly used in modern and contemporary style projects.

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Pencil Profile (1/4 round)
Pencil Profile (1/4 round)

The Pencil edge shows a small 3 mm radius at the top corner, a 6 mm radius at the bottom corner, and a flat nose. This flat edge gives a finished look to every refined project. This distinguished edge gives a refined and modern look.

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Double Pencil(Double 1/4 round)
Double Pencil(Double 1/4 round)

Unlike its name implies, this is not two made of pencil edges, one on top of the other. This edge has the same shape (a radius at the top corner and bottom corner, and a flat nose), but instead of having a 3 mm radius at the top and 6 mm one at the bottom of the edge, both top and bottom radii are of 6 mm, still with the flat nose.

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Bevel Profile
Bevel Profile

This edge has a slope of different elevations. Bevels are 45 degree cuts into the edge of the stone. The deeper the cut, the wider the bevel face. If you want a bit of detail, opt for a variety of beveled edges. This edge is mainly used in traditional projects, but would also suit a contemporary kitchen!

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Double Bevel Profile
Double Bevel Profile

This edge has two bevelled edges, one on top of the other creating an irregular shape. One 45 degree edge is at the top of the counter, and another one is at the bottom of the edge. This edge is mainly used to soften the overall look of the project. It is mainly used for contemporary projects, but also fits perfectly in traditional kitchens.

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Half Moon Profile
Half Moon Profile

The Half Moon edge is very smooth and flowing and shows a flat top and bottom, with a radius of 22 degrees in the middle. This rounded edge gives a finished look to every refined project. This is a distinguished edge, making the counter look thicker.

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Half Bullnose Profile
Half Bullnose Profile

Unlike its name implies, this is not one half of a Bullnose. This edge is very smooth and flowing and shows a large cross-section of the countertop. This makes it appear thicker because it does not have the same bottom radius as the Bullnose edge.

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Full Bullnose Profile
Full Bullnose Profile

The Full Bullnose offers perhaps the most contemporary look of all the edges. A side view of a Full Bullnose edge shows the shape of half a circle. The Full Bullnose is gentle to the body because it has no sharp edges. Therefore, it tends to be more resistant to chips.

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Ogee Profile
Ogee Profile

All Ogee edges have a curvy look; from the side an Ogee edge forms the shape of an "S", with an inside radius of 3mm. It has an elegant and curvy look often seen in traditional homes. This edge is mainly used in traditional and contemporary style projects.

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Triple Waterfalls Profile
Triple Waterfalls Profile

The triple waterfall edge can make a granite or quartz counter top appear very thick throughout.

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