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    Sole Oil Rubbed Bronze Faucet with Industrial Copper Sink Combo Set

    Sole Oil Rubbed Bronze Faucet with Industrial Copper Sink Combo Set

    Regular price $793.00 USD
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    Industrial Faucet and Rectangle Copper Sink

    Timeless materials and design...

     

    About the Sole serie...

    Oil-Rubbed Bronze Finish is very similar to Matte Black, the only difference is with Oil-Rubbed Bronze being a touch warmer with a slight brownish undertone.

    It's a very beautiful rich color, that fits to any bathroom interior style. ORB will look great in industrial bathrooms, natural bathrooms, and country or rustic bathrooms as well.

    The faucet's simple round design won't disturb any space, it just tunes in the interior.

    We add a lot of photo inspiration for you to the picture gallery.

     

    Faucet:

    Solid brass construction

    Faucets height - 320mm

    Suitable for vessel sinks

    Single handle for hot and cold water

    35mm ceramic cartridge

    Aerator

    The spout is turnable up and down

      

    Rectangle Industrial Design Copper Sink

    Dimensions - 45cm x 34cm x 14cm

    Hand Made

    100% Recyclable

    Composition: 99.7% Pure Recycled Copper

    Patina: Fired

     

    Pop up drain included

    Copper has a living surface so it will continually lighten and darken in time creating the beautiful rich patina you see now. The reason it does this is to protect itself from chemicals, anything acidic, or any other harsh elements. This natural process is what gives copper its anti-bacterial and anti-microbial properties. If you wipe a sink down with a soft cloth you will commonly see a bit of brown/patina come off on the cloth, this is normal. In addition, if anything acidic or chemical based is allowed to sit on the sink surface, the patina will be stripped and exposed the raw copper. The copper will then do what it does best and start to protect itself or re-patina itself until it eventually reaches its equilibrium and matches the rest of the sink. How do you speed up this process? The more water and oxygen come into contact with the raw spot, the faster it will patina. Copper is constantly trying to stay at its equilibrium and will absolutely not stay in its raw state 

     

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