The wrought iron detailing on this rustic yet elegant vanity is reminiscent of a musical treble cleff. Having a caramel-colored marble top and a copper sink of rich colors ranging from oranges to chocolaty-browns, this hand-crafted piece exhibits the perfect balance of refinement and ruggedness. The marble and copper are natural, thus the range of shades is completely random and are not controllable – every piece is unique and no two pieces turn out exactly the same.
Copper has rarely been used in the construction of furniture in the past, but innovation and vision resulted in the creation of this original copper furniture line from Mexico. Besides being an aesthetically pleasing recycled earth-friendly material, copper is also known to be antibacterial and inhibits the growth of microbes, thus providing a measure of protection against the presence and spread of harmful germs and bacteria.