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Handmade Ceramic Sinks for the Kitchen, New from Devol

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Handmade Ceramic Sinks for the Kitchen, New from Devol

August 4, 2016

This week we learned of a new line of ceramic sinks from kitchen design company Devol. The sinks are designed by Devol ceramicist Ed, a 3-D design graduate from Loughborough University, with Devol director Paul O’Leary. It’s the company’s first line of ceramic sinks and took 13 attempts for a handmade sink to function like any sink. Here’s a closer look at the new offering.

Ceramic Sinks from DeVOL

Above: The Belfast Sinks are priced at £350 ($461) and £450 ($593) each and available by contacting Devol directly or visiting their Cotes Mill showroom.

Ceramic Sinks from DeVOL

Above: The Belfast Sink from above.

Ceramic Sinks from DeVOL

Above: The Belfast Sinks vary slightly as each sink is handmade in the Devol ceramics studio.

Ceramic Sinks from DeVOL

Above: The cracked glaze is reminiscent of Japanese Raku pottery.

Ceramic Sinks from DeVOL

Above: Some of the sinks are slip cast while others are slab built. The sinks shown here are slip cast before being glazed.

Ceramic Sinks from DeVOL

Above: Devol ceramicist Ed at work in the company’s studio.

Ceramic Sinks from DeVOL

Above: A view of the Cotes Mill ceramic studio.

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