Clearwater

Clearwater Teardrop Clearstone Countertop Basin

Designed with elegance and sophistication in mind, the gorgeous Teardrop countertop basin by ClearWater will beautifully co -ordinate with the Teardrop freestanding bath; so you can create a cohesive and spa-like, hotel -chic designer look in your bathroom.

Made from ClearStone - a new and innovative material - the edges of this basin are delicately thin, giving you plenty of space to wash your hands and face. Easy to clean, the silky high gloss finish of the Teardrop is also easy to maintain, ensuring that brand new look will remain for many years to come.

Features:
• W550 x D350 x H142mm
• Modern countertop basin handmade from Clearstone - a new material that uses milled sedimentary stone, aluminium and titanium to create a super strong, non-toxic and eco-friendly material
• Hand polished for over 10 hours to give a soft and silky finish
• No overflow
• Easy to clean and maintain
• Not suitable for rim-mounted basin taps, we suggest pairing with a tall basin mixer or wall mounted basin tap
• Waste and taps sold separately
• 10 year manufacturers guarantee

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