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An 18th C. "Fleur de Pêcher" marble sink

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An exceptional rectangular marble sink of striking, almost contemporary design. Carved out of a beautifully veined "Fleur de pêcher" marble, once quarried in Southern France. Shallow basin of 9cm depth at the back and 5,5cm at the front. Two exceeding lateral drain boards, featuring a moulded rim. One superfical crack on the right drain board, not affecting the structure though. Good condition, wear consistent with age and use.

France, early 18th century
116cm wide x 62cm deep x 19cm high
45.67" wide x 24.41" deep x 7.48" high

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