For a look to rival Roman emperors, this dark emperador stone vessel sink with arched edges combines design elements with architectural origins to bring a lovely accent to any bathroom. Faucet and drain sold separate.
Material: Marble is a porous stone, and offers a unique look with its natural veining. Marble requires more maintenance than other natural stones, but can last a lifetime if taken care of properly. Marble can be damaged by acidic foods and cleaners, and is more vulnerable to scratches and etching (water marks) if not dried routinely. It is recommended that you seal Marble every 3 - 6 months.
Finish: As hand crafted works of art created from glass, stone, copper, or ceramic, each vessel sink will have its own unique finish and may not be exactly as shown in the photos. Actual color may vary slightly due to different computer monitor display settings. UniqueVanities.com cannot guarantee that finishes between manufacturers will match.
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Q: I don't know if and how a vessel sink "closes" to hold water - does it?
A: It depends on the drain. If you get a grid drain the water does not hold. Grid drains are the ones with holes on the top and the water just drains through. Pop up drains will hold the water.