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An 18th century, "Gris de Ste. Anne" marble sink

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A rare, late 18th century "Gris de Ste. Anne" marble sink with bowed front. Featuring a robust bolection moulding on the front. Central, oval basin with original drain hole on the right (diameter 2,5cm / 0.8"). One small loss on the left front corner. A few, unobtrusive chips on the edges of the central basin. (Please refer to pictures). The surface of the marble has a naturally worn surface. The lateral sides are roughly hewn as they were originally hidden by wooden panelling surrounding the sink. No cracks or breaks, structurally sound.

Rescued from a town house in St. Omer, Northern France, ca. 1780-1800
130,5cm wide x 52,5cm deep x 14cm high (central basin: 41cm wide x 31cm deep x 9,5cm high)
51.4" wide x 20.7" deep x 5.5" high (central basin: 16.15" wide x 12.2" deep x 3.75" high)

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