River Stone - MEDIUM
You can now reserve the specific sink you
want by filling the form below.
Designed by nature, the rustic river stone sink has its integrity intact. Each sink has its own character and hence no two pieces will be exactly alike. Its elemental nature will integrate seamlessly into your design, delivering a serene uncluttered ensemble.
Each piece is completely unique, extremely durable, low maintenance, and made from one solid river stone.
Simple style combined with a rustic look and finish. Our sinks fit and compliment all styles of design, transforming your bathroom into a Spa-like retreat.
NB: EACH SINK IS COMPLETELY UNIQUE HENCE: COLOR, SIZE, AND DIMENSIONS VARY FROM PIECE TO PIECE
How do you reserve a river stone sink ?
Fill the form below so we can reserve the sink for you for 10 days.
The sink must be purchased at one of our authorised dealer and we must receive the PO within 10 days from the reservation date.
You can find the list of authorised dealer by clicking "Where to buy" on the top menu or contact us directly in the below form.
About Natural Stone
The process behind
the quality of our
Our natural stone products go through a careful quality control. They are each cut by professional craftsmen and their constitution ensures that every single piece is unique.Discover More
Our types of stone
Limestone is a sedimentary rock resulting from the compression of minerals and sediments containing particles of calcium carbonate by the pressure of water for a million years. This stone is recognized for its elegance, warm appearance and ease of maintenance.
Marble is a metamorphic rock that takes millions of years to form. It is the result of the recrystallization of calcite in limestone following conditions of intense heat and pressure. Marble is greatly prized for its refined aesthetic rendering, but also for its resistance to high temperatures.
Our river stone products are made of granite and will bring a natural richness to your bathroom. Granite is a plutonic rock rich in quartz, mica and feldspar, resulting from the slow cooling of large masses of intrusive magma. Granite is recognized for its resistance to scratches, stains and for its aesthetic diversity.