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Placer Fountain

5D x 8.5W x 7H

The Placer Fountain takes its name from the Spanish word placer, meaning "alluvial sand." Placer mining was the main technique used in the early years of the California Gold Rush. 

The top reservoir fills with water, producing golden glints of light, before following the extruded channel and dropping into the porthole.

The volume and sound of the Placer Fountain can be modulated depending on how much water is added to the basin.

Made to order on a 2-3 week lead time.
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