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The pictures represented all types of works including soapstone, alabaster, African wonderstone, wood, whalebone, ivory, grass.
Kluger said that the look is similar to vintage soapstone.
Japanese gas grills have been fitted into the sleek matte soapstone surface of every table, where customers will cook their own meat.
The kitchen, added-on in 2001, sports a French stove, a copper farmhouse sink and a large island with a soapstone counter.
Siliceous stones include granite, slate, quartzite, soapstone, and sandstone.
The most common natural stones used to make countertops include granite, soapstone and slate.
Peggy’s kitchen, on the first floor, features a contemporary look of blue subway tile, gray soapstone countertops and a combination of blue and white cabinetry.
Cabinets, soapstone countertop, and vases—all by Charles Fradin.
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Definition of soapstone for English Language Learners
: a type of soft stone that feels like soap
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