This product states it is a 14 inch diameter sink but the product details give dimensions of 16.5 diameter and dimensions of the same sink in 16.5. Could you check the diameter for me please? Thanks, Donna
Although it's Broken Glass Sink it didn't arrive broken. Packing is excellent and the sink is gorgeous after installing it myself. Did it say that it comes with a free Kraus hand towel? I didn't get it....
Add a touch of elegance to your bathroom with a glass sink combo from Kraus.
ITEM#: 12110765Add a touch of elegance to your bathroom with a glass sink combo from Kraus.
- Uniquely designed glass sink will accentuate any bath decor
- Installing this Kraus combo is an ideal home improvement project
- Sink boasts 0.5 inch (12 mm) thick solid tempered glass construction
- Broken glass style sink features polished glass interior and exterior
- Faucet features 100-percent solid stainless steel construction
- Supreme-satin stainless steel finish
- Faucet resists discoloration and corrosion
- Designed for above counter installation with standard US plumbing connections
- Single-lever water and temperature control
- All mounting hardware and hot/cold waterlines are included
- Solid brass umbrella pop-up drain and mounting ring in Satin Nickel finish are included
- Sink dimensions:
- Diameter: 16.5 inches
- Height: 5.5 inches
- Glass thickness: 0.5 inch (12 mm)
- Mounting ring adds 0.5 inch
- 1.75-inch standard drain opening
- Faucet dimensions:
- Overall faucet height: 14.2 inches
- Spout height: 9 inches
- Spout reach: 6 inches
- Spout swivels 360-degrees
- Hole-size required 1.25 inches
In Accordance with Industry Codes and Standards for USA and Canada, all Kraus Glass Lavatory Sinks are Certified and Listed by UPC, cUPC, CSA, IAPMO, ANSI and SCC
|Material||Brass Glass Solid Brass Stainless Steel Steel|
|Number of Faucet Handle||Single Handle|
|Number of Faucet Installation Hole||Single hole|
|Bowl Depth||Up to 7 inches|
|Faucet Mount Style||Sink/Counter Mount|
|Product Features||ADA Compliant Includes Hardware|
|Dimensions||Sink 5.5 in. H x 17 in. D, Faucet 14 in. H x 6.5 in. D|
|Manufacturer Warranty||Limited Lifetime Warranty|
|Materials||Tempered glass, solid brass|
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Although it's Broken Glass Sink it didn't arrive broken. Packing is excellent and the sink is gorgeous after installing it myself. Did it say that it comes with a free Kraus hand towel? I didn't get it.Read More
This sink and faucet are really great looking. I am using 2 for a double vanity master bath. It just so happens that I have a recessed light right above the sinks and the light casts a very interesting pattern from the cracked glass - an added bonus I wasn't expecting! I'm pleased with the quality and the quick shipping service from Overstock.Read More
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Hello djejul, The sink measures 16.5 inches wide. It is 14 inches in height. Thanks for shopping with us!
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