Enhance the beauty of your Bathroom, Kitchen, and Bar by adding this unique elegant high-style and royal look handcrafted sink.
This sleek and contemporary sink bowl offers Modern, Minimalist Elegance and Glamour to instantly update any bathroom.
This Sink crafted in Afghanistan by highly experienced artist Ajmel and it is a piece of art.
It made with high-quality Lapis lazuli from Badakhshan Afghanistan. It has a smooth, non-porous surface for Added Durability and a High-Gloss Finish. Simply, Wipe the Sink Surface with a Damp Cloth to keep it Looking Beautiful with Minimal Maintenance.
This sink has been handmade Pieces put together using Mosaic technic, and is a solid unique piece pretty good quality. And the base is iron extremely strong.
Size: 41X14 cm or, 16X5.5 Inches
THIS IS A MASSIVE PATCHWORK PUT TOGETHER WITH HIGHLY CRAFTSMANSHIP SKILL BY AJMEL IN AFGHANISTAN.Lapis Lazuli is an incredibly rare gemstone. Its complicated chemical makeup requires ideal geological conditions for formation. Thus, lapis lazuli is mostly found in Afghanistan and Chile. Only these mines produce commercial-grade lapis lazuli.
Lake Baikal in Russia and Baffin Island in Canada also include areas of smaller, lower-quality lapis lazuli, but it’s too poor to use in manufacturing. Geologists have not verified other lapis lazuli sites. Blue stones are not lapis lazuli.
The Hindukush mountain range borders the northern Afghan deposit, Sar-E-Sang. 4,000 metres high. Lapis lazuli was mined there for almost 7,000 years. The mountaintop mine is snow-covered and hot in summer. Wolves live in the sparsely populated area. Political insecurity in Afghanistan has reduced lapis lazuli exports from this region.
Both lapis types are high-quality, yet they differ. Afghan lapis lazuli has a deep blue tint with gold specks but few white or grey streaks like Chilean lapis. Because it has more blue-violet lazurite to compensate for other minerals like calcite, Afghan lapis is sometimes softly violet.
Pyrite, calcite, and other chemicals do not influence stone clarity. Chemical impurities make the stone beautiful.
Golden pyrite flakes evoke a starry night sky, while white veins make the stone look playful or like wisps of cloud striping the sky. Lapis lazuli can resist these minor chemical changes, but its composition is so complicated that it is unlikely to occur anyplace else. It’s a rare semi-precious stone.