Antique George Jennings Carrara Marble Wash Basin / Sink
This impressive basin / sink and stand is made from white and grey Carrara marble, the tap is nickel plated. The under-mounted bowl is made from a single piece of Cararra marble.
The taps have been reconditioned, including Nickel plating, and are in working condition.
George Jennings (10 November 1810 – 17 April 1882) was an English sanitary engineer and who invented the first public flushing toilets.
Josiah George Jennings was born on 10 November 1810 in Eling, in Hampshire. In 1831 he became a plumber with Messrs. Lancelot Burton of Newcastle Street, London where his father had been a foreman before him.
There are no cracks and no breaks to the marble. No fixings are supplied with the base.
Date of Manufacture
Materials and Techniques
-Wear consistent with age and use
-Minor Losses, scuffs and scratches.
Height 91.5 cm
Width 92 cm
Depth 87 cm plus 6 cm to set into a wall
Basin 45 cm diameter
Depth of basin 19 cm
Weight 128 kg
Stock No: 24912