Basin Ceramic Sink + Unlacquered Brass Faucet - CUSTOMIZABLE Vessel Ceramic Sink & Brass Faucet With Your measurements - Remodel Bathroom
Materials: Ceramic, Unlacquered Brass
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Are you considering giving your house a contemporary makeover? You are going to fall in love with this exquisite hand-made sink and faucet combination. This exquisite porcelain basin features a brass rim, and it comes with a faucet that is smooth and unlacquered. It would be a wonderful addition to any kitchen or bathroom. And the look that you finally settle on will surely be a combination of contemporary and classic components. As a result of the efforts of talented Moroccan craftsmen, they are available in a dizzying array of colors and can be personalized.
In contrast to the low-cost sinks made of plastic in factories, the sinks that are made in Morocco are built to last. The drain in the sink has a standard-sized opening for it. It is versatile, allowing you to install it either on top of or beneath the counter, depending on your preference. They have been coated to perfection, which ensures that they will not only last for a very long period but they will also maintain their stunning appearance. These sinks have a gorgeous design that will be the focal point of any bathroom or kitchen they are placed in.
Craftsmen in Morocco create these exquisite wash basins by hand using the freehand design method to decorate the surface of the pottery. The basins come in a variety of sizes and colors. You may produce an initial concept design in a short amount of time if you draw it freehand. It is the means through which designers and everyone else involved in a project communicate on a consistent basis, and it is the language in question. The incorporation of hand-drawn sketches into the design process is therefore absolutely necessary for this reason. In Moroccan culture, freehand work of this kind is quite well-known and widely practiced.
The clay used for making these tiles is a substance that can only be found in Fes City, in a location known as "Ben Jellik." Then the clay is brought to a different place and left to dry for 20 days. After breaking it into little pieces with a big hammer when it is dry, they are left to dry again for an entire day before being immersed in water for two days. Then, the artists try to get rid of any rocks or other things that don't belong in the clay before moving on. Then the processed clay is used to make the subtle patterns, depending on where the zellige would be used. Due to the amount of sunlight this place gets, this process can only happen in Fes.
The processed clay is then baked in the oven for 8 hours at 2000 °C. Then the natural colors are used to paint the surface with vivid detailing. After that, the products are coated with shiny material and glazed for another 8 hours to give them a sturdy texture. The Zellige can withstand any temperature, and the colors remain long-lasting.
In the last stage, the zellige is coated with "La Resin" and flipped downwards to dry. After drying, the products are ready to be shipped. This is how Fes artisans painstakingly make each of these breathtaking pieces of home decor.
Shipping: Since these products are made to order, it will take 15 days to create your order and another 2–3 business days to ship it. Please contact us via email if you have any questions.