There were no instructions how to install. Can you provide a link?
Typical price of a pop up drain. True to color. Great quality....
Non-Overflow 1.5-inch Oil Rubbed Bronze Pop-up Bathroom Sink Drain
Perfect for pairing with oil-rubbed bronze bathroom faucets and other fixtures, this pop-up bathroom sink drain looks fantastic in ceramic or hammered copper bathroom sinks. Made from brass for lasting performance, it fits standard bathroom drainpipes.
ITEM#: 14003963Even your sink can shine with elegance when you install this sleek pop-up sink drain. The oil-rubbed bronze finish looks great with both contemporary and traditional decorating styles and matches a wide variety of faucets. Your attractive bathroom sink drain will fit any standard drainpipe for a quick installation process.
- Dimensions: 2.5 inches wide x 8.625 inches long
- Materials: Brass
- Finish: Oil Rubbed Bronze
|Finish||Oil Rubbed Bronze|
|Finish Style||Oil Rubbed|
|Manufacturer Warranty||Limited Lifetime|
- Disclosures & Guidelines
- Filter By:
- Most Helpful
- Most Recent
Typical price of a pop up drain. True to color. Great quality.Read More
Nice looking drain and extremely easy to install. It is actually very large though and protrudes upward into the sink alot which kind of surprised me.Read More
I purchased this drain along with the hammered copper Fleur de Lis oval sink. The only problem is the drain can't be tightened enough in the sink to prevent all leaks and if you try to tighten it then you can't release the drain valve once it is depressed. I sent a message to Premier Copper Products and within 1 hour had a response and notification that they were sending me an extra rubber washer that I can install. Great customer service from the manufacturer!Read More
I appreciate Overstock.com. They have never disappointed me in anything I order. All products have been top quality items.Read More
Love the look and the feel. Very high quality. It is the perfect item for my bathroom. I love everything I have purchased for my bathroom. Makes it look very nice. Another great buy from Overstock.com. My first place to shop! Always!Read More
Questions & Answers
Hello Peggy6033! We will love to assist you! Please scroll to the bottom of the page and click the link for the Customer Care, so we may better assist you. Thanks for shopping with us!
The description of this item says "Non-overflow 1.5 inch ...." yet the product description says it is 2.5 inches. I need a drain for a non-over flow copper vessel sink that has a 1.5 inch opening and do not know if this one will work. Please advise. Thank you.
•Non-Overflow •Oil Rubbed Bronze •Compression Threaded •1.5in •Brass •Down Pipe: 1.25in •Upper Flange Dimension: 2in •Drain Length: 8.5in •Push Pop Cap Dimension: 2.5in
Does this fit a 1.5 drain opening?
Non-Overflow 1.5-inch Oil Rubbed Bronze Pop-up Bathroom Sink Drain
How to Buy the Right Drain for Your Bathroom Sink
A new bathroom sink can completely transform and update your bathroom. Whether you choose a dramatic red vessel sink or a simple antique pedestal sink, a new bathroom sink will make a big difference in the look of your bathroom. Smaller items like the best bathroom sink drain and faucet will also make a statement. Many bathroom sinks will include parts for the sink drain, but some vessel sinks will require you to select your own drain. If you choose to purchase a bathroom sink that requires a separate drain purchase, then consider these tips to help you find the right sink drain for your bathroom.
How to Install a Bathtub Drain
Bathroom plumbing can seem daunting, but some tasks, like installing a bathtub drain, can be surprisingly simple and easy bath improvement projects. Bathtub drains are designed so that water flows to a low point in the pipe, known as a trap, at which point the heavy sediments settle while the rest of the water travels down the pipe. While this helps your drain to keep from getting clogged and makes cleaning a tub drain easy, sometimes the low point can corrode or generate difficult-to-remove build-up, in which case you will need to replace the bath drain. Tackling the job yourself will greatly reduce your out-of-pocket expenses for this job. Installing a tub drain is moderately easy and should take less than an afternoon.
How to Clean Garbage Disposals
Did you know that odors can build up in garbage disposals around the blades, under the rubber rims and in the drain and pipes? Most people clean their kitchen sinks regularly but forget about one of the most important parts of kitchen sink, the garbage disposal. It can be tricky to reach into the disposal to remove the offending smelly residue, but with a little effort, you can quickly restore freshness to your drains. Using simple methods, you can degrease and deodorize garbage disposals while sharpening the blades to reduce future odor accumulation.
Tips on Installing Pedestal Sinks
A new bathroom sink can be an elegant addition to your bathroom. Pedestal sinks are classic bath fixtures that are functional without seeming bulky and can really open up the room. With minimal tools, you can install one of these elegant bathroom fixtures yourself. Here are a few simple steps for installing pedestal sinks in your home.
Top 5 Reasons Your GPS Can Save Gas and the Planet
The reasons for using a GPS in your car keep piling up. Chances are you spend a lot of time on the road, getting to work and back, running errands and having a little bit of fun. All of that road time puts wear and tear on your vehicle, and filling up can drain your wallet. Luckily, a car GPS can help you save time, improve your gas mileage and reduce your environmental impact. Here are the top five reasons to use GPS navigation to boost your gas mileage, save money and add a few more minutes to each day.
How to Choose a Kitchen Rug
Dress up the central gathering spot in your home with a stylish, durable kitchen rug. It's easy to add color, texture and warmth to your kitchen with a bright kitchen area rug that fits your style. Whether you need non-slip kitchen mats to place near the sink area or decorative accent rugs as a transition into the dining area, the following suggestions will help you find the area rugs that work for your space. Read on for tips on choosing a kitchen rug.
How to Organize Your Makeup Collection
Whether you have an overflowing makeup bag or a drawer in your bathroom stuffed with various cosmetics, it's time to clean it out. Organizing your makeup is important not only because it clears up space, but because makeup often harbors bacteria that can cause skin problems if kept too long. If you want to pare down your cosmetics but aren't sure where to start, keep reading to learn how to organize your makeup collection.
How to Organize Your Bathroom Vanity
In the morning rush to get out the door every day, it can be a challenge to keep your bathroom organized and neat. Hair brushes, makeup, toiletries, bath linens, and clothes quickly pile up on the bathroom vanity countertop. Whether you have lots of storage space or need to make the most of every inch, a little organization will help simplify your life and allow you to come home to a clean space.
The sinks in your home see a lot of use. And over the years, they need to be replaced. When you start shopping for sinks, you may run across plumbing terms and sink-related words that aren't familiar. This glossary will help you with the common words you may run into while shopping for sinks for your kitchen or bath.
How to Install a Claw Foot Tub
There's no denying the charm and character a claw foot tub adds to a bathroom. Often thought of as vintage, claw foot bathtubs are traditionally a staple in Victorian-style homes, but these free-standing tubs are also making appearances in newly built and remodeled homes. With modern claw foot bathtubs offering luxuries and conveniences, such as whirlpool jets and sloping backs, it's easy to achieve a vintage look without sacrificing comfort. The installation of a claw foot tub is a simple way to transform your bathroom without a complete remodel. Take a look below to learn how to install a claw foot tub.
How to Install a Bathroom Sink
Replacing old bathroom sinks can give new life to your bathroom. Whether you're installing a new undermount sink, vessel sink, basin sink or a regular vanity sink, most of the steps will remain the same. If you're installing a pedestal bathroom sink, however, not all of these instructions will apply. All you need is a few tools, your new bathroom sink and a few detailed steps to replace that old sink and give your bathroom a whole new look.
How to Install a Garbage Disposal
Some appliance upgrades can make a big difference but remain totally unseen, like a garbage disposal. Either as part of a remodel of an older home or replacing your existing sink disposal, a new disposal can help keep kitchen plumbing clear and make food preparation simpler. Here are some simple instructions for installing the garbage disposal yourself.
Vessel Sinks vs Traditional Sinks
The addition of a vessel bathroom sink can really add style to your bath remodel, but before you decide to go with a vessel sink, you may want to know how they compare with the traditional sinks you're familiar with. Here's a side-by-side comparison of the two types of bathroom sinks.
How to Install Vessel Sinks
Style and luxury can be added to any bathroom by installing a vessel sink. Two installations are popular: You can either rest the bathroom sink directly on the countertop or cut a hole in the countertop and lower the vessel down so that the sink bowl is partially recessed. Once you've installed the countertop and sink faucet, you'll be ready to install the vessel sink itself.
Tips on Installing a Claw-foot Tub
You can complete the classic style in your bathroom by installing a claw foot tub. These old-style tubs are perfect for luxuriating baths. Once you have the appropriate plumbing fixtures in place, installing the claw-foot tub itself is easy. Here are some simple steps for you to follow for installing your classic bathtub.
How to Install a New Bathroom Faucet
A new bathroom faucet can make all the difference in a powder room, half-bath or full bathroom. Bathroom faucets are an excellent do-it-yourself project that take some basic hand tools, a bit of patience and the ability to work under a sink. Learning how to install a new bathroom faucet is a simple and rewarding process, so let's get to work.
How to Cut a Hole in a Countertop for Your Kitchen Sink
Updating the countertop with a new kitchen sink in your kitchen can give the room some new life. Installing a new kitchen sink requires cutting a hole in the countertop and fitting the sink into position. A jigsaw is sufficient for cutting a laminate countertop, but if you own a solid-surface countertop, you will use a router to make the cuts. With a little attention to detail and safety, you can cut the hole yourself by following a few simple steps.
How to Install a New Shower Enclosure
There are plenty of reasons why you might choose to install a shower enclosure in your bathroom. You may be converting a half bathroom into a full bathroom or seeking to scale back a full bathroom to create some extra space. Either way, the simplest way to complete this home-improvement project is to install a free-standing shower enclosure. There are plenty of shower kits available, with both glass and fiberglass walls, allowing you to create just the look and feel you want.
How to Remove a Bathroom Sink
If you are planning to redecorate or renovate one of your bathrooms, you may be thinking about replacing your old bathroom sink with a newer model. Before you can begin enjoying your new sink, you'll need to remove the old bathroom sink and disconnect the plumbing. Although it may seem like a complicated task, bathroom sink removal is a project that can be accomplished by most homeowners using just a few common household tools. Use this guide to learn how to remove a bathroom sink.
Sink Buying Guide
Sinks come in many different styles, materials, sizes, and colors. Finding a functional yet beautiful sink doesn't have to be a challenge. Whether you're shopping for a sink for your kitchen, your bathroom, or another room in your house, this is what you need to know while you shop.
Shipping & Returns
Usually leaves our warehouse in 1 business day. *
Standard Return Policy:
Items must be returned in new or unused condition and contain all original materials included with the shipment. More Details
FINAL SALE EXCLUSION: Items marked as FINAL SALE are not returnable unless the problem you experience is the result of our error.
Our standard shipping method is ground shipping. We also offer expedited shipping for most items. Your final
shipping cost and estimated delivery timeframe will be available at checkout.
Standard shipping details
Expedited shipping details
* For your protection, all orders are screened for security purposes. If your order is selected for review, our Loss Prevention Team may contact you by phone or email. There may be a two business day delay to process your order.
** Most Oversize orders are delivered within 1-4 weeks. Some orders may take 6 weeks to be delivered.