Your website shows height as 5", another website selling this product (for more money than Overstock.com) shows the height as 6", with a basin depth of 4", but the manufacture's website (http://fontainefaucets.com) shows the height as 7.25", so what is the actual height of the vessel when sitting on a vanity top from the vanity top to the top edge of the rim and what is the height from the inside bottom of the vessel bowl to the top edge of the rim?
Its a few years old now and still looks like new. Make sure you have a quality craftsmen to cut your countertop as the base os this is shaped!...
Fontaine Decorative Round Porcelain Vessel Sink
The Fontaine Decorative Round Porcelain Vessel sink features a simple and elegant design to complement any decor. This pure white round porcelain sink with exterior designer detailings has an overflow drainage with a chrome finish drain cover.
ITEM#: 1019720The Fontaine Decorative Round Porcelain Vessel sink features a simple and elegant design to complement any decor. From the Fontaine Porcelain Sink Collection, this pure white round porcelain sink with exterior designer detailings has an overflow drainage with a chrome finish drain cover.
- Made from high quality ceramic materials and kiln fired up to 2,552 degrees Fahrenheit
- Manufacturing process ensures strength and durability for use in the busiest of bathrooms
- Color: white
- Dimensions: 17.25 inches in diameter x 5 inches high
- Faucet setting: Vessel filler
- Porcelain thickness: 0.5 inches
- Material: Porcelain
- Pop-up drain not included
- Drain hole diameter: 1.75 inches
- No assembly required
Minor variations in size and shape are to be expected due to production process. Dimensions provided are nominal and to be used for reference only. Do not rely upon dimensions provided to make any cuts. We recommend you receive the sink before cutting any surfaces.
This sink is designed for flush mounting on flat surfaces. We are not responsible for custom installation issues. Deviations from recommended installations may void your warranty. Local building codes vary from state to state and even county to county.
|Style||Sink & Faucet Sets Vessel|
|Width||16 - 25"|
|Height||Less than 5"|
|Dimensions||5.25 in. H x 16.75 in. Diameter|
|Warranty||1 Year Limited -- Manufacturer|
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Its a few years old now and still looks like new. Make sure you have a quality craftsmen to cut your countertop as the base os this is shaped!Read More
I have not yet installed. When sitting on my countertop, from the countertop to the top edge of rim, height is 7 1/8". Measuring from the inside bottom of bowl to the top of rim, height is 5 5/8". Width is 18 7/16" (the left side outer edge of the top rim to the right side outer edge).Read More
I have searched high and low for a vessel sink that looks like a washbowl from yesteryear. This one, which has the 'band" is the closest thing I have found. the color is a stoneware white. it easily blends with the other whites in my bathroom. I bought two and they match perfectly. There was a small difference underneath which became apparent upon installation. Cutting out each hole in the counter top was different. One was slightly larger. A template would have been very helpful. What is nice about this sink is that it sits flat as if it is a flat bottom bowl. We ran a bead of silicone on the bottom so that it sits flat and stable when we installed it. Looks great and everyone loves it.Read More
Love the look. No quality issues. Installed easily.Read More
Because this sink was installed just a few weeks ago, it's hard to say how it will stand up to time. I can say it looks great and seems to be made very well. So far, I am very pleased with it. The porcelain is smooth and consistent - no ripples as I have seen in some sinks.Read More
This is a beautiful vessel sink that is free of defects. It's simple and eligant, and it looks perfect on the antique sideboard in my master bathroom. Just like the old fashioned water bowls of the time. The extra nice thing is the overflow outlet, just in case I forget to leave the water running. Many others don't have this, which could be a problem, but not with this one. It's definately a bowl worth having.Read More
The sinks (I purchased two alike) are like the icing on the cake in my new master bath! I couldn't be more pleased with their quality and their appearance. The added rim and edge on the outside of the bowl dress them up from just a plain vessel. The pop-up drains are great but I switched them out with the ones that came with my faucets because I have nickel fixtures instead of chrome. I would highly recommend this product for any bath.Read More
I was really surprised at the quality of these sinks, not only are they functional ...they are beautiful!Read More
This is a good looking and functional sink but keep in mind that it requires a keyhole shaped cutout. I had to draw a pattern (not provided) for the cutting the drain hole in granite cabinet top. The bottom of the sink is not perfectly flat, so some leveling is required. I bought two. The pop-ups work very well.Read More
This is a nice sink but the finish to the porcelain on the bottom is sloppy. As someone else stated the overflow area has to face the wall because that part of the bowl is not attractive. The sink came with a drain assembly that is metric, so it is not an exact fit to american/english plumbing. This was a problem and caused a lot of leaks untill we realized the overflow box said 80mm on it. It came with no intallation instructions at all so we had to figure it out on our own. My husband cussed and swore alot and was going to give the whole sink a bad review but it really was only the drain, and for the money it was a great deal.Read More
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Thank you so much for your interest in the Fontaine Decorative Round Porcelain Vessel Sink. We here at Overstock.com take personal pride in all the things we do to keep this web sight open and running efficiently and part of that is our integrity. Making sure that our products are portrayed exactly and truthfully so that we give you as the consumer a great experience. Unfortunately we can't control the mistakes of our competitors when they misrepresent an item. So, to make it short, we pride ourselves on the accuracy of our items so if it's 5 inches then it is 5 inches, and if for some reason we may be wrong, nobody is perfect, then we pay to fix the problem until it is correct. Our customers are number 1. We hope this helps. Have a great day.
The poduct states that it is 16 to 18 inches. I need to know the dimensions at the widest point of the top of the bowl.
That measurement is 17.25 inches.
does this product come in almond color
Thank you for your interest. The above item comes only in white. Please feel free to search our site----there are similar products in the color "almond."
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