Natural stone is a characterful premium material that makes your bathroom entirely unique. All our marble, river stone, onyx and fossil wood sinks are individually handcrafted and each is unique.
N.B. We do our best to create pairs for customers looking to have two similar sinks made for the same area.
We work directly with our local artisans to offer you different stone varieties at the best prices.
Marble is formed when ancient limestone crystallises, which makes the material extremely hard. The marble blocks we use are sourced from quarries and carefully selected to meet the stringent Wanda Collection requirements. We offer marble sinks in a range of different colours : cream, grey, black.
Our countertop marble sinks can be : polished, bush-hammered, untreated or smooth.
Onyx is a type of marble made of carbonates and comes in a semi-translucent light or dark honey colour.
It has a range of names including "Egyptian alabaster" and "ancient onyx marble". Onyx was used in Ancient Egypt to make sacred urns. It is also considered by some to be a stone that promotes well-being.
Petrified wood sinks:
Also known as fossil wood, this stone is found under a thick layer of ash and sediment. This lack of oxygen means the wood is preserved. Flowing water replaces the wooden organic matter with minerals in a process that can take several million years, thereby preserving the tree's original shape.
The most beautiful pieces - those used to make sinks - take shape several metres underground.
N.B. Each petrified wood sink is unique and the item you order will be the exact one detailed on the product information sheet.
River stone sinks:
This granite rock carved out of authentic river stone is sourced from the river, cut in two and hollowed out to make an individual and original piece.
Because river stone naturally comes in different shades and shapes, we try our best to find similar pairs for customers looking to have two comparable sinks next to each other.
We offer both countertop and pedestal river stone sinks.
Before first use, please protect your stone with a special water-repellent stone treatment.
To avoid any nasty surprises we suggest you do not use any anti-limescale products. Abrasive sponges are also to be avoided. Do not use lemon, vinegar or any other detergent on marble as this will adversely affect the surface.
To clean a marble sink, simply use a non-abrasive sponge and soft soap.
If you would like any more information, feel free to contact our Customer Services team on : +33 (0)4 79 10 06 43
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