Mayan Stones

The Mayans have been carving stone for thousands of years. Today they continue this millenary tradition with outstanding craftsmanship, using the unique stones available only on the Yucatan Peninsula.



Crema Maya: A creamy ivory stone with occasional light brown veigns. Very similar to marble.




Conchuela: A sand colored stone, which has a unique texture formed by shell fossils.




Ticul: An orange to gold to red colored stone, used by the mayans in the constructions of cities like Uxmal.


All of these stones are very strong and resistant to everyday usage. All of our sinks are hand crafted using these millenary techniques and using only the best stones from the Yucatan Peninsula quarries.

  • Sinks

    Check out our selection of sinks made with stones from the Yucatan queries.
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