Petrified Wood Natural Stone Sinks

Petrified Wood Natural Stone Sinks

At Rustic Sinks, we’re always looking for unique  sinks to offer our customers. Our Petrified Wood Natural Stone Sink, are made from what was once wood and is now as hard as stone.

For those unfamiliar with petrified wood, fossilization — which takes thousands of years — replaces the organic material of the wood with minerals, turning it as hard as stone. This transformation starts when trees are buried in sediment. Water which is mineral rich Carries the decaying wood away replacing with silica.  This process leads to incredibly unique sinks because every piece of petrified wood is different, making each sink completely different from other sinks of the same material.

Because of this unique material, the size, color and shape of each sink is different, and sinks can range from 19” to 45” in length and 5” to 8” high. Just because each sink is different, however, doesn’t mean that you’ll have to wait until your sink arrives to know what it will look like. 

Want to know more about petrified wood sinks? Simply call our toll-free number at 855-553-7305 or see the unique current stock here.

These sinks make for fabulous conversation pieces because of their unique look and the history they hold. What is your favorite part about these petrified wood sinks? Let us know in the comments below!




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