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    24″ Black Lava-Kitchen Sinks

    $1,034.00$1,535.00

     

    Black Lava

    • This unique stone has a rich charcoal/black look. As with all lava stone, it does contain small holes which have been epoxy filled and rigorously tested. This sink is pre-sealed prior to shipping.
    • Photos, upon request we will gladly send you pictures of the actual sinks in-stock for your selection.
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    24″ Carrara White Marble-Kitchen Sinks

    $2,039.00$2,414.00

    Carrara White Marble

    • This classic Italian stone is white with veins of gray. It’s one of the hardest white marbles available. Carrara Marble will naturally vary in both the amount of veins and its white-gray color.
    • Photos, upon request we will gladly send you pictures of the actual sinks in-stock for your selection.
    • This sink is pre-sealed prior to shipping.
    • For normal cleaning mild soap works great, for tough stains, bleach may be used without harm to the stone.
    • For more information please see “Resources / Stone Care”.

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    24″ Charcoal Marquina Soapstone-Kitchen Sinks

    $2,039.00$2,414.00

    Charcoal Marquina Soapstone

    • This beautiful soapstone (also known as Steatite) contains less talc than most soapstones, and so it’s a much tougher/hard stone with 0% absorption, making it ideal for kitchen sink use.  It was commonly thought that soapstone should be treated with mineral oil to maintain a rich dark look, however since it can easily be washed off with soap and water, it’s an endless job. With todays technology, engineered sealers are food safe and provide much better results, most will last for a year or more, so if you want your sink to appear as black use a enhancer/sealer, but if you prefer the natural charcoal color, please do not use any sealers.
    • Photos, upon request we will gladly send you pictures of the actual sinks in-stock for your selection.
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    24″ Crema Lyon Limestone-Kitchen Sinks

    $1,550.00$1,925.00

    Crema Lyon Limestone

    • France is famous for their distinctive limestones and this hard stone is no exception. It yields an intense buff color with small veins and a few light brown fossils.
    • Photos, upon request we will gladly send you pictures of the actual sinks in-stock for your selection.
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    24″ Mercury Granite-Kitchen Sinks

    $1,318.00$1,693.00

    Mercury Granite

    • This hard-dense stone has a fine to medium grain, and a muted liquid mercury color, complimenting most modern kitchens.
    • Photos, upon request we will gladly send you pictures of the actual sinks in-stock for your selection.
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    24″ Roma Travertine-Kitchen Sinks

    $1,835.00$2,210.00

    Roma Travertine

    • From Italy, this is by far the best travertine available for kitchen sink use. It contains alluring waves of veins in shades of beige and brown. As with all travertines, this stone has some holes which are epoxy filled and rigorously tested.
    • Photos, upon request we will gladly send you pictures of the actual sinks in-stock for your selection.
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    30″ Carrara White Marble-Kitchen Sinks

    $2,549.00$2,924.00

    Carrara White Marble

    • This classic Italian stone is white with veins of gray. It’s one of the hardest white marbles available. Carrara Marble will naturally vary in both the amount of veins and its white-gray color.
    • Photos, upon request we will gladly send you pictures of the actual sinks in-stock for your selection.
    • This sink is pre-sealed prior to shipping.
    • For normal cleaning mild soap works great, for tough stains, bleach may be used without harm to the stone.
    • For more information please see “Resources / Stone Care”.
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    30″ Charcoal Marquina Soapstone-Kitchen Sinks

    $2,549.00$2,924.00

    Charcoal Marquina Soapstone

    • This beautiful soapstone (also known as Steatite) contains less talc than most soapstones, and so it’s a much tougher/hard stone with 0% absorption, making it ideal for kitchen sink use.  It was commonly thought that soapstone should be treated with mineral oil to maintain a rich dark look, however since it can easily be washed off with soap and water, it’s an endless job. With todays technology, engineered sealers are food safe and provide much better results, most will last for a year or more, so if you want your sink to appear as black use a enhancer/sealer, but if you prefer the natural charcoal color, please do not use any sealers.
    • Photos, upon request we will gladly send you pictures of the actual sinks in-stock for your selection.
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    30″ Crema Lyon Limestone-Kitchen Sinks

    $1,938.00

    Crema Lyon Limestone

    • France is famous for their distinctive limestones and this hard stone is no exception. It yields an intense buff color with small veins and a few light brown fossils.
    • Photos, upon request we will gladly send you pictures of the actual sinks in-stock for your selection.
    Quick View
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    30″ Mercury Granite-Kitchen Sinks

    $1,647.00$1,812.00

    Mercury Granite

    • This hard-dense stone has a fine to medium grain, and a muted liquid mercury color, complimenting most modern kitchens.
    • Photos, upon request we will gladly send you pictures of the actual sinks in-stock for your selection.
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    30″ Roma Travertine-Kitchen Sinks

    $2,294.00$2,524.00

    Roma Travertine

    • From Italy, this is by far the best travertine available for kitchen sink use. It contains alluring waves of veins in shades of beige and brown. As with all travertines, this stone has some holes which are epoxy filled and rigorously tested.
    • Photos, upon request we will gladly send you pictures of the actual sinks in-stock for your selection.
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    33″ Carrara White Marble-Kitchen Sinks

    $2,804.00$3,254.00

    Carrara White Marble

    • This classic Italian stone is white with veins of gray. It’s one of the hardest white marbles available. Carrara Marble will naturally vary in both the amount of veins and its white-gray color.
    • Photos, upon request we will gladly send you pictures of the actual sinks in-stock for your selection.
    • This sink is pre-sealed prior to shipping.
    • For normal cleaning mild soap works great, for tough stains, bleach may be used without harm to the stone.
    • For more information please see “Resources / Stone Care”.
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    33″ Charcoal Marquina Soapstone-Kitchen Sinks

    $2,804.00$3,254.00

    Charcoal Marquina Soapstone

    • This beautiful soapstone (also known as Steatite) contains less talc than most soapstones, and so it’s a much tougher/hard stone with 0% absorption, making it ideal for kitchen sink use.  It was commonly thought that soapstone should be treated with mineral oil to maintain a rich dark look, however since it can easily be washed off with soap and water, it’s an endless job. With todays technology, engineered sealers are food safe and provide much better results, most will last for a year or more, so if you want your sink to appear as black use a enhancer/sealer, but if you prefer the natural charcoal color, please do not use any sealers.
    • Photos, upon request we will gladly send you pictures of the actual sinks in-stock for your selection.
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    36″ Charcoal Marquina Soapstone-Kitchen Sinks

    $3,059.00$3,659.00

    Charcoal Marquina Soapstone

    • This beautiful soapstone (also known as Steatite) contains less talc than most soapstones, and so it’s a much tougher/hard stone with 0% absorption, making it ideal for kitchen sink use.  It was commonly thought that soapstone should be treated with mineral oil to maintain a rich dark look, however since it can easily be washed off with soap and water, it’s an endless job. With todays technology, engineered sealers are food safe and provide much better results, most will last for a year or more, so if you want your sink to appear as black use a enhancer/sealer, but if you prefer the natural charcoal color, please do not use any sealers.
    • Photos, upon request we will gladly send you pictures of the actual sinks in-stock for your selection.
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