Lundhs Emerald Solo Washbasin

£890.00

As an authorised dealer of LUNDHS Real Stone, we are now able to stock a stunning range of washbasins in their beautiful Norwegian Stone. Lundhs Real Stone is a collection of 100% natural stones from Norway made from Larvikite and Anorthosite, crafted by nature millions of years ago.  This basin is made in Lundhs Emerald and has a beautiful dark background with lustrous blue crystals black minerals in varying sizes and patterns, the rock type is an Larvikite.

Stone Type: Lundhs Emerald (Larvikite)
Size: 40x40cm x 13cm (H)
Product Code: LSQ4013EM
Weight: 19Kg

Free Delivery to UK Mainland

Description

This square washbasin in Emerald is the darkest stone in the Lundhs Real Stone collection. Crafted by nature 300 million years ago in Larvik, Norway, this stone has a beautiful dark background with lustrous blue crystals, an excellent choice for both interior and exterior use.  Due to their natural composition of high density and non-porosity all Lundhs Real Stone surfaces possess incredible strength and are highly resistant to heat, stains, scratches, UV, frost and water.  Providing you with a maintenance-free surface that will stand the test of time.  All natural stones are beautiful in their own way, each wash basin is unique, and small variations in colour, grain structure, tonality and veining may therefore occur.

Pop-up drainers are not included with the Lundhs Basins.  If you would like a matching pop-up drainer for your basin then you will need to purchase the ‘Lundhs Emerald Flat Pop-Up Drainer’ from our Boutique. See link below.

Lundhs Emerald Flat Pop-Up Drain – Cullifords (geraldculliford.co.uk)

 

Caring for a stone sink is not nearly as complicated as cleaning manufacturers would have you believe.

  • Clean stone regularly by using a soft cloth or sponge with a solution of mild detergent or a stone detergent and warm water.
  • Keep surfaces dust free. Do not allow deposits to build up on stone surface.
  • To reduce the appearance of staining, always wipe up spills immediately.
  • Oil and highly-pigmented liquids can penetrate and stain the stone.
  • Avoid exposure to acidic foods such as lemons or tomatoes.
  • Avoid abrasive cleaners, abrasive cleaning tools and acidic cleaners. ammonia, vinegar, alcohol, window cleaners.
  • Do not rub stone with abrasive cleaning materials: scouring powders, steel wool, metal brushes etc.