Re: Faux Marble & repl bath fixtures...
Faux marble is usually custom made to order, so you need to look for a local company that makes cultured stone. You can take them a sample to try to match colors a little bit, but that is as far as you're going to get, since every single batch of cultured stone varies in color and texture due to the way it is mixed and cast. You will probably get close, but it won't match.
I have successfully removed pieces without breaking them, but it isn't easy and there is no guarantee that it won't break. You need to get under it with some flat pry bars and gently work it loose, the longer and flatter the prybars, the better, that will allow you to essentially cut the glue with the prybar rather than flexing the material and risking breakage.
I suffer from CDO ... Its like OCD, but in alphabetical order, LIKE IT SHOULD BE!!!