Indigenous introduces stunning ‘wood-to-stone’ pedestal
Indigenous has introduced a statement Petrified Wood Pedestal to its bathroom collection. Just short of a metre in height, the majestic pedestal basin
has a stunning trunk-like exterior, which contrasts its mirror-smooth bowl. It joins Indigenous’ Petrified Wood Range, which also includes a counter
top basin, as well as a wooden stool and tea-light holder.
Petrified wood is handmade using a process called permineralization, which comes from the Greek root petro meaning rock or stone and literally
means "wood turned into stone". Petrification occurs underground, when wood becomes buried. A lack of oxygen stops aerobic decomposition and mineral-laden water flowing through the sediment deposits minerals in the plant's cells.
As the plant's lignin and cellulose decay, a
stone mould forms in its place. Petrified ‘submerged’ forests exist throughout the world,
including ‘The Forest Forest’ at Lulworth Cove in Dorset.
The new pedestal measures approx. 500mm wide x 900mm in height. Indigenous’ matching basins measure 400mm wide x 150mm in height and are designed to be
placed on a countertop, working really well in tandem.
For more information, please contact Indigenous on tel. 01993 824200, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the new website at www.indigenous.co.uk
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