If You’re the Type Who Likes Vessel Sinks, Kallista Offers Four New Options


Full disclosure: We think above-counter vessel sinks are done. Dead. Finito. Over!—except for a few cases we’ve seen here or there. But we realize, though, that some people still love them, which is why we scoured our sources to find some for our readers. The four we’ve found are from high-end purveyor Kallista, a brand of the Kohler Co. Obidos, Trinidad, Coimbra, and Robert Kuo Wavelet are made from natural materials, such as bronze and copper, and feature sculptural designs that still evoke an artistic handmade presence. See the pieces below.

The Robert Kuo Wavelet is crafted using the traditional art of repoussé, a rare 8th century technique that involves the hand-hammering of a decorative relief onto sheet metal. With a price tag of $4,995, it’s produced out of solid copper and measures 16 inches in diameter.
Named for the Caribbean island nation, the Trinidad bronze vessel measures 20 inches by 13 inches and comes in either a traditional or white satin bronze finish. It will cost you $4,810.
The Obidos Bronze Vessel is named after the small hilltop town of Obidos, Portugal. It measures 15¾ inches by 10 7/8 inches, making it perfect for a powder room. It's priced at $3,445.
Priced at $4,665, the Coimbra bronze vessel is named for a small city in Portugal that was one of the main centers of artistic influence during the 15th and 16th centuries. The round unit measures 16½ inches across and features detailing around the exterior. It comes in a traditional or white satin bronze finish.
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