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Bath Tub Vessel Hammered Copper Sink
A rustic-style powder room is not complete without this handmade oval copper sink. This charming bronze piece would also work as a bar or prep sink and could easily become a centerpiece when filled with ice and beverages. The drain is sold separately.
ITEM#: 14349530This popular bathroom sink features a beautiful copper material in a vessel style. It is also commonly used as a bar, prep or utility sink. When used in a bar or prep area, this sink is great for filling with ice and cold beverages. Let this unique sink be the focal point of your bathroom. This versatile piece brings a vintage charm to a contemporary design scheme and also works perfectly with country decor. Use this bronze-rubbed copper sink as a statement piece in a rustic kitchen. This striking sink is sure to be complimented on by your friends and family.
- Setting: Interior
- Sink style: Vessel
- Sink material: Copper
- Exterior dimension: 20 inches long x 13 inches wide x 6 inches high
- Interior dimensions: 18 inches long x 11 inches wide x 6 inches high
- Drain size: 1.5 inches non-overflow
- Drain sold separately
- Configuration: Tub shaped basin
- Design: Hammered copper surface
- Color: Oil rubbed bronze
- Rim: 1 inch
- Countertop depth minimum: 15 inches front to back
- Material gauge: Industry best (17 gauge or .0450 inches)
- Suggested drain models: D-207ORB, D-208ORB
- Faucet mounting: Vessel counter deck mount or wall mount
- Hand made
- 100-percent recyclable
- Composition: 99.7-percent pure recycled copper
- Lead free (less than .01-percent)
- Patina: Fired
- Packaging: recycled cardboard box
- Warranty: Limited lifetime
- Also includes care instructions and warranty information
|Style||Sink & Faucet Sets Vessel Wall Mount|
|Height||6 - 7" 6" - 7"|
|Number of Faucet Installation Hole||Single hole|
|Basin Depth||5 - 11 Inch|
|Number of Basin||Single Basin|
|Number of Hole||1|
|Sink Drain location||Bottom Center|
|Warranty||1 year Limited Manufacturer|
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So worth the cost, bought two for our his/hers master bathroom and they are breathtaking!!! Durable, easy to clean and all around a great buy!Read More
Placed this warm, beautiful copper sink on top of a black 3 drawer scrolled furniture cabinet with gold accents and bronzed hardware. Matched with bronzed wall faucets from Overstock. The result is striking and a definite one of a kind guest bath. Everyone comments on the beauty, quality and uniqueness of this sink. Easy to maintain. Very happy with these products. Thanks, Overstock!Read More
Questions & Answers
What kind of mounting ring do I need for this sink?
We are still researching this and should have the answer shortly.
Hello theshores14, you will not need a mounting ring to install thins sink. Mounting rings are used for glass vessel sinks to absorb shock to ensure it doesn't shatter if/when it is hit. Thank you for shopping with us!
I have ordered this sink which shipped yesterday. I forgot mounting ring. Does it come with one? If not, do I order standard round mounting ring?
This does not come with a mounting ring. I am sorry for the incorrect information
What guage copper is this sink made out of?
The sink is made from 17-gauge copper.
Iordered a different copper sink, but when it came the instructions said that you could not use whitening toothpaste with it. Does this sink also have those constraints? Thank you.
We are researching if you can use whitening toothpaste in this sink and will provide an answer as soon as possible.
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Matching a Vessel Sink to Your Bathroom
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