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Stone Sinks

Our natural stone vessel sinks are very durable and available in granite, marble, onyx, sandstone, and limestone. Each of our stone sinks has unique coloring due to the natural variance within the stone slabs our sinks are cut from. We cut a large slab of stone into smaller blocks that are then hand-chiseled into rough vessel shapes. After the center has been removed and the hole for the drain has been cut, the surface of the stone sink receives a polished or honed finish, both of which are carefully done by hand.

Vessel sinks are free-standing, meaning that the sink sits directly on the surface of the countertop. They are popular choices because of their ability to transform your bathroom decor from ordinary to extraordinary. A vessel sink is guaranteed to serve as a conversation piece and is much more versatile than an undermount or topmount sink. Since the sinks sit higher, special vessel faucets with taller spouts are available for vessel sinks.

Features & Benefits
Finish

Stone sinks with a polished finish have a surface that is smooth to the touch and highly reflective. Our granite, onyx, and marble sinks feature a polished finish to enhance the natural markings and colors that are unique to each type of stone. We also offer granite, sandstone, and limestone sinks with a honed finish that featuring a non-reflective, matte surface. Depending on the type of stone, some honed finished stone sinks may be slightly textured.

Onyx

Onyx is characterized by its translucence and features a smooth, porous surface and fairly low density. We offer onyx sinks with a polished finish in a few different unique shapes and colors.

Granite

Granite is a durable material that is highly resistant to chipping, staining, and scratching. We offer granite sinks with a polished or honed finish in a variety of colors, each with distinctive characteristics.

Sandstone

Sandstone is a porous rock that features a unique, wooden-like pattern and rough, granular texture. Our sandstone vessel sinks have a honed finish with a sand-like texture and vary greatly in color and pattern.

Marble

Marble is characterized by vein-like patterns and features a porous surface, making it susceptible to staining. We offer polished marble sinks in a variety of unique shapes, colors, and styles.

Limestone

Limestone features a smooth, granular surface and is porous, making it sensitive to chemicals and susceptible to staining. Natural limestone sinks have a honed finish and are typically neutral in color.

Answers
  • How are stone sinks mounted?
    Our stone sinks are vessel sinks which sit on top of the vanity countertop.
  • Do stone sinks have an overflow?
    No, our stone sinks do not have an overflow.
  • Why are stone sinks of the same model, not identical to each other in size and finish?
    Our stone sinks come right from nature and are hand-chiseled and polished by skilled craftsmen. Therefore some color variances will occur, and sizes can vary up to 1/4 inch in any direction.
  • Why do my granite sinks have different colors, even though they are the same model?
    Since all of our stone sinks come from natural granite, marble, onyx and sandstone, there will be regular variances between color and pattern.
  • Do I need a special faucet and drain for a vessel sink?
    Yes, all vessel sinks require a vessel faucet and a vessel pop-up drain or grid drain. Waterfall faucets are available for all bamboo, glass, and stone vessel sinks.
  • How do I clean my natural stone sink?
    • Stunning Stone

      Natural stone sinks should be cleaned on a regular basis to ensure long-lasting beauty. To avoid damaging your sink, use a cleaner that is specially formulated for use on natural stone.

      Instructions

      1. Spray the entire sink with a professional stone cleaner.
      2. With a soft sponge, scrub around your entire sink in a circular motion.
      3. Rinse immediately with pure water and dry.

      Supplies Needed

      To achieve the best results, we recommend using DuPont™ StoneTech® Professional Stone & Tile Cleaner.

      Stone Cleaner

      Soft Sponge

      Microfiber Cloth

    • Tough on Stone

      Allowing grime to accumulate on your natural stone sink can cause the protective crust to wear away. Use this tip to remove stubborn soap scum, hard water stains, and dirt without damaging your sink.

      Instructions

      1. Spray a professional stone soap scum remover directly onto soiled areas.
      2. With a soft sponge or nylon brush, scrub around your entire sink in a circular motion.
      3. Rinse immediately with pure water and dry.

      Supplies Needed

      To achieve the best results, we recommend using DuPont™ StoneTech® Professional Soap Scum Remover.

      Stone Soap Scum Remover

      Soft Sponge

      Microfiber Cloth

    • Spruce Up Stone

      Granite, marble, and onyx sinks with a polished finish are naturally lustrous. Use this tip every few months to revitalize and restore the stones brilliant shine without causing any damage to your sink.

      Instructions

      1. On a clean surface, spray the entire sink with a light coat of professional stone polish.
      2. Spread the polish evenly around your sink with a clean, soft cloth.
      3. Buff off polish until desired shine is reached, continue until there is no visible polish left.

      Supplies Needed

      To achieve the best results, we recommend using DuPont™ StoneTech® Professional Polish.

      Professional Stone Polish

      Microfiber Cloth

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