The top desk is a decorative surface for the marble in a marble collection.
In the past, the marble collection in Italy was sold for a small fortune and a top desk was a sign of prestige.
A marble top, on the other hand, is much more expensive.
In 2014, a marble marble top cost around €5,000 ($6,500), but in 2018 the price of a marble with the same number of marble tiles dropped to around €400 ($450).
The new price of the top desk in 2018, meanwhile, was €1,000.
A good marble top has to look like a marble in order to sell.
According to Italian marble specialists, a good marble desk in its current form has a good surface texture, and the top is often carved from the same marble as the marble on the base.
Therefore, a top is an important piece in a large marble collection, said Matteo Peri, the chief marble specialist at the Dolce & Gabbana marble company.
“The top of a top, however, is not a finished piece of marble, but rather a sculptural one,” he told EURACTIV.
“You need to find a sculptor that can create a marble that is in tune with the marble’s surface, a level of detail, and a shape that is symmetrical and elegant.”
According to the Italian marble specialist, marble top can range from the modest to the extravagant, from a simple and tasteful marble to a more elaborate and ornate marble.
The most expensive marble top is a 10,000 euro ($12,000) one from the 1950s.
However, even the most expensive top marble is not worth as much as the average marble, said Peri.
The prices of marble top are subject to fluctuation.
At the beginning of the year, a few marble top buyers were able to find the perfect pieces for their marble collection for around €1 million.
In March 2018, the average price of an average marble top in Italy dropped to €500 ($620), according to a report by The New York Times.
The same report said the average cost of a standard marble top was about €1.5 million.
The average price dropped to about €600 ($800) in the second half of 2018, and by mid-2019 it was around €700 ($800).
The average prices of a modern marble top have been dropping for a while, too.
In 2018, it was €350 ($480), but then rose to €600 in the last half of 2019.
This is not the first time marble prices have been on the decline.
In 2016, a report from the Italian insurance firm Avanca reported that the average prices for marble in Italy decreased from €1 billion in 2014 to around $1 billion today.
However in 2017, the market in Italy declined by more than 20% as a result of the Brexit vote.
The decline in prices in Italy, meanwhile in 2018 also showed that the world is increasingly aware of the importance of marble in marble art.
A number of artists, from the likes of Alberto Giacometti and Antonioni to Pablo Picasso and Pablo Picastello, have created marble sculptures in the past years, according to the New York Post.
The popularity of marble sculptures is only going to increase in the future, because marble art is not only about aesthetics, it is also about performance.
The world has become more and more aware of how important marble is in marble sculptures.