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Beautiful basins in natural stone will maintain their good looks for years to come

* Clearwater_basins_063.jpgMade from a hardwearing mix of minerals and resin, Clearwater's Natural Stone is the perfect material for the bathroom as it is easy to clean, can be made into sleek, contemporary shapes and maintains its good looks over many years.

Clearwater now offers modern and traditional basins to complement its impressive range of baths.

There are six modern designs and six traditional. The modern basins are designed to sit on a console or a piece of furniture. Shapes include deep and shallow ovals and rectangular with flared sides.

* clear1.jpg* clear2.jpgThe Patinato basin has a tap ledge while others in the collection are designed for use with a tall freestanding tap. The perfect choices for both options can be found in Clearwater's Crystal and Sapphire tap ranges.

The six traditional basins have a roll top edge to reflect the style of Clearwater's freestanding period baths.

The basins come in small (550mm), medium (650mm) and large (750mm) sizes, either for inset installation or to add an authentic traditional touch teamed with one of the period style stainless steel stands available from Clearwater.

The stands have a towel rail and a slated shelf and are based on an original turn of the century design. There is a full selection of wastes for both the modern and traditional basins.

Clearwater Natural Stone is a hard wearing material that is very easy to clean. Accidental scratches can be polished out with fine grade abrasive waterproof paper and a quick application of neutral car colour restorer.

T. 01322 473222
W: www.clearwaterbaths.com

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