Our copper sinks are hand-made by highly skilled artisans, not pressed by machine. Wooden moulds have to be made for each model and the copper is heated and then beaten over the mould. This requires a fair amount of strength and is very labour intensive.
Here you see George, who started working at our family-run workshop thirty five years ago as an apprentice, finishing off the rim of one of our sinks. The workshop has an incredible number of hammers lined up and George knows his tools like no one else. In his capable hands our sinks are turned out perfectly shaped and subtly hammered, which distinguishes them at first sight from imports that are often crudely hammered.
By choosing a sink made by George and his team you are choosing the best, a decision you will never regret.