Fireclay sink manufacturer Shaws of Darwen has introduced the Gallery Collection, which features the company’s most popular sinks with exclusively-designed artwork.
There are seven designs, each inspired by nature, with illustrative and abstract forms to complement classic and contemporary kitchens.
Featuring on the front apron, the patterns are applied during the glazing process, so will not fade or taint over time.
The abstract patterns include Patina, Metallic, Elements and Linear, alongside illustrative designs of Wild Grass, Blossom and Eucalyptus.
These are available in a palette of Blue, Silver, Blue and Silver and Blue and Gold with the metallics providing an iridescent effect.
Pictured is the Blossom pattern, which features the Blackthorn found in English hedgerow in a Grey/Gold finish.
Shaws of Darwen was established in 1897 and are still handcrafted in North West England, as they were when the company started out 124 years’ ago.
Each handmade sink carriers an impression on its base of the name of the craftsman who created it and comes with a Certificate of Authenticity and a lifetime warranty.
Shaws of Darwen is one of four companies that make up the House of Rohl in the UK, including Victoria+Albert, Perrin & Rowe and Riobel.