polished finish

polished finish

In stonework, a finish so smooth that it forms a reflecting surface; usually obtained by chemical treatment and prolonged mechanical buffing of a stone surface on which there are no voids.
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Also inspired by design, the Passionement stainless steel bracelet echoes the sleek polished finish of many modern homes.
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with M6 to M12 internal threads, matte finish is standard, polished finish is available.
Exposed brick, raw plaster and even Polyfilla patches are all part of this look - just be sure to sand the walls down for a polished finish.
Jet-washing will remove the polished finish and the aggregates become exposed.
Taps are chrome, fittings are sculpted and luxury extras such as decorative handles have been ditched to give a more polished finish.
A perfect complement to the equally popular industrial look, concrete brings sleek style to the home, whether with a rough or polished finish.
The shiny lacquer contrasts nicely with the polished finish.
Decorative edges were inserted in dark Ebano, a tobacco coloured natural stone with a polished finish.
The Japanese term for enamelware directly translates as 'Seven Treasures', a Buddhist term which references precious materials including gold, silver, coral, emerald and pearl whose qualities can be seen in the highly polished finish of the enamel wares.