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A RARE 17TH CENTURY FRENCH MARBLE SINK

Reference N°:

027-23

An outstanding 17th century marble sink. The sink was rescued from a town house in Lacaune, Southern France, a former stop for pilgrims on their way to Santiago de Compostela. Probably the reason why the front side is adorned with a beautiful sculpted scallop shell. The sink has some wear consistent with age and use. An unobtrusive loss on the front rim. Generally good and sound condition. Checked on watertightness.

France, 17th century
93cm wide x 59cm deep x 18cm high
36.61" wide x 23.23" deep x 7.09" high

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