875834-2130

Marble Gray
Blend
PEP166
JDE Number
875834
Lot number
21-30
Texture Name
Velour
Plant Name
Perla East Gate Plant
Location
Perla East Gate Plant
Malvern AR
Quantity
7,331
Size Name
Estate
Grade
B
Type
Face Brick
Dimensions
2 3/4 x 3 5/8 x 9 5/8

869404-2052

Glacier White
Blend
PEP050
JDE Number
869404
Lot number
20-52
Texture Name
Velour
Plant Name
Perla East Gate Plant
Location
Perla East Gate Plant
Malvern AR
Quantity
6,825
Size Name
Modular
Grade
B
Type
Face Brick
Dimensions
3 5/8 x 2 1/4 x 7 5/8

794058-bl5smest

Tuscany
Blend
TUP005
JDE Number
794058
Lot number
BL5SMEST
Texture Name
Smooth
Plant Name
Tulsa Plant
Location
Tulsa Plant
Tulsa OK
Quantity
5,320
Size Name
Estate
Grade
A
Type
Face Brick
Dimensions
2 3/4 x 3 5/8 x 9 5/8

776031-17294

Mission Four
Blend
PEP504
JDE Number
776031
Lot number
17-294
Texture Name
Ruff
Plant Name
Perla East Gate Plant
Location
Perla East Gate Plant
Malvern AR
Quantity
10,605
Size Name
Modular
Grade
A
Type
Face Brick
Dimensions
3 5/8 x 2 1/4 x 7 5/8

773502-17289

Pink-Lt-64701
Blend
ELP258
JDE Number
773502
Lot number
17289
Texture Name
Rustic
Plant Name
Elgin Plant
Location
Elgin Plant
Elgin TX
Quantity
6,300
Size Name
Modular
Grade
A
Type
Face Brick
Dimensions
3 5/8 x 2 1/4 x 7 5/8

753388-slurrype

Garnet
Blend
TUP002
JDE Number
753388
Lot number
SLURRY PE
Texture Name
Velour
Plant Name
Tulsa Plant
Location
Tulsa Plant
Tulsa OK
Quantity
16,905
Size Name
Modular
Grade
T
Type
Face Brick
Dimensions
3 5/8 x 2 1/4 x 7 5/8

107019-1956

Royal Oak
Blend
PEP250
JDE Number
107019
Lot number
19-56
Texture Name
Velour
Plant Name
Perla East Gate Plant
Location
Perla East Gate Plant
Malvern AR
Quantity
5,040
Size Name
Modular
Grade
A
Type
Face Brick
Dimensions
3 5/8 x 2 1/4 x 7 5/8

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