Thompson, makers of copper vessels and accessories for the kitchen and bath, debuts new hand-hammered stainless steel farmhouse kitchen sinks at the Kitchen and Bath Industry Show (KBIS), the industry’s premier event, January 10-12, 2017, Booth S-5824.
The company will extend its collection to the bath later in 2017.
Thompson’ mastery of hand-hammering and finishing techniques translates well to durable, light-weight stainless steel. And while the material continues to reign supreme for kitchen appliances, Thompson elevates its distinct shine even further with attention to craftsmanship. Coppersmiths dedicate hours, days and sometimes weeks to create one-of-a-kind vessels and finishes. The same intensity is true for stainless steel.
Designed by the company’s founder, Alejandra Ochoa de Thompson, and created by the hands responsible for Thompson’ classic copper sinks, stainless steel sinks speak to consumers’ desire for modern materials that not only coordinate with appliances, but also retain their finish, through recommended care. The new stainless steel Lucca farmhouse sink by Thompson is now available across the country. Dimensions: Outer, 33 x 22 inches; Inner, 30 x 19 inches; Depth, 9 inches.
Thompson uses high-quality, 18/8, 16 inches (thicker) gauge stainless steel which aids in sound absorption and corrosion prevention.
Thompson is the largest decorative metals product provider in the United States, with a focus on copper. Located in Greensboro, NC, the company is family-owned and operated. Working with artisans in Mexico and India, Thompson transforms the highest-quality materials into one-of-a-kind designs for the home. Each piece is handcrafted, unique and possesses a story that is all its own. For more information, visit www.thompsontraders.com.
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