Provincial Stone Mortar

c. 1900
$3,280 USD SOLD
H: 17.5" Dia: 19.5"
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Hand-carved from a single block of limestone, this early 20th century stone vessel was originally used as a mortar to grind rice and other raw materials. The large mortar has minimalist appeal, its simple form showcasing the natural color and texture of dense limestone. Used as a stone sink or a planter for lush greenery, the mortar's rustic form and weathered surface adds fantastic texture to any space.

Mortar is drilled with a drainage hole.

Additional Dimensions:
Diameter of Opening: 12.5"

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Stone Trough Sinks

A stone sink is a unique way to embrace nature in design. Over the years, we’ve worked with clients who have incorporated troughs as sink basins in sleek Chicago apartments to outdoor garden areas in rustic lake houses in California. The stone sinks can “float” on a wall or be integrated into a counter.

We became even more enamored with traditional troughs as sinks after seeing Tramuntana Farmhouse, the idyllic home of Leigh and Pille Morgan on the Balearic island of Mallorca. The trough sinks complement the Spanish stone used throughout the home, while creating sculptural focal points in each space. 

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