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Copper Sinks
Our copper sinks are designed and handmade in the colorful Mexican town of Santa Clara del Cobre. In colonial times, missionary monks taught the native people the art of copper shaping to create multiple different products for a daily use in homes.

Since then, their unique copper working skill has been handed down from generation to generation by craftsmen families, who work as a team to transform raw copper into a variety of inspired sinks, plates and vessels.

Copper is naturally anti-bacterial, anti-rust and stain resistant, it is great for busy households that benefit from low-maintenance materials. The hammered finish used in our sinks looks great and provides a mask for small scratches that may appear over time. All of these properties make a copper sink an ideal for any sink

Stone Sinks
Sinks & Designs has for you a variety of stone sinks and accessories to give your home a contemporary look which make it stand out from the rest. Our stone sinks and accessories provide from marble and onyx extracted from different towns in Central Mexico such as Puebla, Veracruz, and Hidalgo.

Travertine marble is a sedimentary stone formed in hot springs or in limestone caves its main features are the gold to white color and holes caused by carbon dioxide evasion. Most travertine quarries or mines are large open pits where travertine rocks are dug out and cut down into blocks, then transported to factories to transform the blocks into slabs, pavers, tiles, mosaics, countertops or bowl sinks.

Travertine stone is being used for a huge variety of indoor and outdoor projects, it can be used practically anywhere to enhance any area.

Onyx is a gemstone formed in the gas cavities of lava. Onyx was used in Egypt to make pottery items, bowls and urns. It was also used by the ancient Romans and Greeks, in fact, the word Onyx comes from Latin, from the Greek ὄνυξ, meaning “claw” or “fingernail” due to its translucent color. For centuries, onyx has been used to decorate palaces and places of worship and to ward off evil spirits from the house and of the person when worn as jewelry.

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