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THE LINKASINK SMITHSONIAN COLLECTION
Through an exclusive licensing agreement, Linkasink presents an extraordinary artisan sink collection inspired by the Smithsonian Institution's collected works. The initial seven-piece line of handcrafted bathroom sinks features adaptations from historical patterns, textures and colors from the Smithsonian's vast collection of rare vases, vessels and prized works of art.
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Sang de Boef
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The Sang de Boeuf vessel sink was inspired by the glazed ceramics housed in the Smithsonian's Museum of American History. The Sang de Boeuf (French for "oxblood") glaze is created using a reduction of copper and iron oxides at high temperature. This technique was first developed in China in the 13th century and rediscovered by European artists in the late 19th century.

 

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Pearlware
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The Pearlware vessel sink is patterned after the "pearly white" earthenwares first made in England in the 1770s as a less expensive alternative to porcelain. This sink is hand-painted with a corn pattern reminiscent of Revolutionary War era American pottery.


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Faience
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Linkasink has reinterpreted a faience vase as a vessel sink in a vibrant pattern using colors found in the original piece. The Faience vessel sink was inspired by a vase housed in the Ceramics and Glass Division of the National Museum of American History. Such pieces were produced from about 1872 through the beginning of World War I. Artisans in China hand-throw and hand-paint each sink, faithfully recreating the Iznik-inspired design.



 
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English Cutwork
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The English Cutwork vessel sink was patterned after an English earthenware strawberry dish, which was made by Shorthose & Co., circa 1800. Adorning the rim of the sink, the cutwork pattern at the center of the bowl also serves as the sink's drain. This hand-crafted porcelain sink is available in 2 colors, butterscotch and white.


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Deco Bronze
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The Deco Bronze vessel sink was inspired by a silver-plated bowl created by American industrial designer John Vassos. The neoclassic sink, made from cast bronze with a satin nickel finish, is a perfect example of the Art Deco style popular during the 1920s and 1930s.

Diameter: 17   Height: 6 inches
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Canton
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The Canton vessel sink was adapted from a Chinese vase from the Yuan Dynasty that is housed in the Smithsonian Institution's Museum of Natural History. This porcelain sink is hand-thrown and hand-decorated by artisans who obtain the distinctive blue hue by applying cobalt oxide directly to the ceramic ware before it is glazed.




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