Belthorn fireclay sink

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Code 12400381

The Belthorn sink does not have an overflow and can be installed as an inset or undermount sink. Includes a basket waste kit.

Dimensions:
Length, external: 381mm
Length, internal: 300mm
Width, external: 381mm
Width, internal: 300mmm
Height, external: 191mm
Height, internal: 166mm

** Available in special PVD-coated metal finishes to complement your tapware

R9,235.00R14,230.00

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Providing the absolute finest in classic kitchen charm, Shaws of Darwen fireclay sinks have been made and expertly hand finished by master craftsmen since 1897. Made in a factory located in a quiet corner of North West England, each sink has been created using techniques passed down for well over a century and carry a Certificate of Authenticity - your assurance that your investment has been handcrafted for life.

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The Belthorn sink is perfect for kitchens with an island. The small inset sink is suitable for vegetable preparation or as a secondary sink to add a touch of practical quality to any kitchen.

The Belthorn sink has no overflow and can be installed as an inset or undermount sink. Please note this sink has a lip that protrudes slightly further out from the sides of the sink.
A basket waste kit is included.

Whilst it is very uncommon, there is a chance that crazing of the glaze may occur due to thermal expansion between the clay body and the glaze. Shaws of Darwen take every preventative measure to minimise the potential of crazing however if it does develop, please be aware that it does not affect the integrity or performance of the sink and is merely aesthetic.

Cleaning
Daily cleaning with a soft sponge or cloth and a non-abrasive cleaning product is recommended. A simple solution of soap and water generally does an excellent job.
For more information, view the Shaws care guide
PVD coated metal will not patina. You only need simple cleaning to keep the color looking good.
To maintain PVD finishes, please avoid using corrosive cleaners including bleach, hydrogen peroxide, hydrofluoric acid and household cleaners containing chlorine or producing active oxygen. All of these products will damage PVD finishes. Please use PH neutral liquid soap to clean all PVD finishes to ensure longevity.

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