Dimensions: 43.5 cm x 15 cm
Stylish, hand decorated countertop sink produced by famous Polish Ceramics Plant Boleslawiec.
All sinks are hand painted, using sponge stamp and brushes to paint the art on each piece. All of the patterns are hand-cut by the artists in the sponge and then they use the sponges and brushes to apply the unique pattern to each piece. Sponges are used because they keep the paint wet for a long time, allowing the artist to slowly go around one piece at a time, stamping a unique specific pattern.
Ceramic art has long been intertwined with Bolesławiec, a town located in Silesia, in Poland. The ceramics works are referred to as Boleslawiec pottery, or they are sometimes called by their German name: Bunzlau pottery or Bunzlauer pottery. There has recently been a resurgence in the popularity of Boleslawiec ceramic art all over the world, included the United States. Boleslawiec Pottery is also known collectively as Polish pottery or Polish stoneware.