I recently became aware that alabaster is the traditional gift for a thirty seventh anniversary. The news inspired this Virginia Soapstone and Michigan Alabaster gift for a friend. Happy Anniversary!
The invisible drain sink has been installed and I got a photo! Cantilevered with a chestnut skirt against white subway tiles….. classy.
Creating the drain system was a challenge as the drain slot needed to be as narrow as possible while draining away a heavy flow from the faucet without excessive splashing.
The sink was carved from a four inch thick slab of Church Hill soapstone from Alberene Soapstone Company in VA.
Three big bowls all in a row. Destined for deliveries wrapped with bows.
At 11″ x 20″ this drop in will fit nicely in the clients small powder room . The vanity counter will be Black Walnut – can’t wait for the install pic’s.
This 40″ diameter soapstone shower pan was turned on the lathe.
This Soapstone vanity was commissioned to sit on an antique dresser to serve as the sink in a powder room.
This was a very satisfying piece. 8″ x 2″ was a bit tight to get this shape but it worked.
This is a work in progress, but you can see where it will go. The soapstone vanity will be joined to a 1920’s vintage machine stand to create a pedestal sink. Perfect for an urban loft or restaurant.
One of two solid slab Soapstone vanities for the new Park Tavern Grill. Polish applied, rubbed to a luster and awaiting installation in the new restaurant!
The first of two sinks for the Park Tavern Grille in MD! These are 24″ x 64″.
27″ drop in Sweep – VA soapstone sink milled from a solid block.
Sinks for the J C Porter Construction, Farmstead Grill Project in Baltimore MD. These sinks will be free standing on pipe bases. I was promised pics when installed.
The Banjo Vanity is three laminated layers of Soapstone milled into shape. It extends the width of the powder room forming a shelf over the commode.
Large Soapstone Jefferson Cups – $35