Bucket Shaped Bathroom Sink - Mid Century Vessel Sink - Vanity White Ceramic Basin - BUCKET Pail Shape Sink - Handpainted Standard 14" Sink
Materials: White Ceramic
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Made in Morocco, this unique bucket-shaped sink is the epitome of luxury and sophistication. This sink is typical of the Moroccan design aesthetic and was made utilizing traditional methods. This Marrakech-made artwork is well-known for its intricate patterns and designs, as well as the bright colors that are characteristic of Morocco's abundant sunshine. Adding this Moroccan sink to your bathroom will instantly make it feel more like your own.
Because each sink is made by hand by a different Moroccan artist, there is a chance that the one you receive will look slightly different from the one pictured. The bowl of the sink, which is part of a vanity set, projects beyond the surface of the counter. The countertop and sink are unified as a single decorative piece, emphasizing a sense of harmony and refined minimalism. The built-in washbasins are perfect for your kitchen or bathroom because they are not only easy to use but also require little in the way of upkeep.
These hand-molded Moroccan sinks are built to last, unlike their mass-produced counterparts. The size of the sink's drain is standard. It's adaptable, and you can use it as either a drop-in under-mount sink or an overtop or countertop sink. They're glazed thoroughly, so they'll last a long time and look great while doing it. These beautiful sinks will serve as a showpiece in any kitchen or bathroom.
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 location 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 immersing in water for two days. Then artisans strive to remove any undesired rocks and other impurities from the clay before proceeding further. Then the processed clay is used to make the nuanced patterns depending on where the zellige would be used. Due to the amount of sunlight this place gets, this kind of 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 get 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 will take 2-3 business days to ship your order. Please contact us via email if you have any questions.