Orthoceras Fossil Sink



This gorgeous sink is consistent of a polished Orthoceras matrix with metal legs and a modern lip. Orthoceras is an extinct nautiloid cephalopod from the Middle Ordovician age. Its fossilization typically occurs in marine rock, predominantly limestone. Its color is determined by the ground water minerals during diagenesis.

This sink measures 39.5L by 24W inches with a drain hole 1.75 inches in diameter.

Why We Love This:
In modern, airy bathrooms, this sink is sure to be a statement piece to admire!