there are two holes on either side of the drain hole on the underside of the casting that communicate with the overflow and therefore spill water all over the countertop when water drains out the center drain. what is the installer supposed to do about that?
I ordered a sink vessel only without faucet hall ,I ordered the faucet on the wall mount can I exchanged it to regular oval white ceramic vessel we need it a s a p our bath room is almost done,can we do something about it?...
Oval Vitreous China Vessel Bathroom Sink
Update the look of your bathroom with this oval bathroom sink. This sleek vessel sink is made of white vitreous china that is stain-resistant, easy to clean, and germ-resistant. The elegant and simple design of this sink will complement any decor.
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This sleek vessel sink is crafted from white vitreous china. Elegant and simple, this oval sink complements any bathroom decor.
- Sink type: Bathroom
- Sink style: Vessel
- Sink material: Vitreous china
- Interior sink bowl: 22-1/16 inches by 13-1/16 inches
- Exterior: 24 inches by 19-1/8 inches.
- Height: 7-3/4 inches.
- Vitreous china is baked at high temperatures so the surface is stain-resistant, easy to clean and germ-resistant
- Single hole faucet installation
- Overflow hole
- Drain hole: Standard 1.75 inches
- ASME A112.19.2 Compliant
- Model number: PEV4251
|Height||7 - 11" 7" - 11"|
|Number of Faucet Installation Hole||Single hole|
|Basin Depth||5 - 11 Inch|
|Bowl Depth||7.1 to 8 inches|
|Number of Hole||1|
|Manufacturer Warranty||1 year Limited Manufacturer|
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I ordered a sink vessel only without faucet hall ,I ordered the faucet on the wall mount can I exchanged it to regular oval white ceramic vessel we need it a s a p our bath room is almost done,can we do something about it?Read More
I would recommend only if you have a large space or vanity to put this on. It certainly is much larger than it looks in the picture. If you have a small bathroom, I would not use it. It looks nice but it is simply huge...too big for the space we were using it.Read More
The picture is very misleading. It looks like it has a low profile when it actually has a base that doesn't show in the picture (probably recessed). It sits way too tall to be put on a 36" tall vanity cabinet. Also the back is unfinished and open and will reflect plumbing pipes in the mirror. It's huge 24" wide. I had to return it. Do a search on oval white vessel sinks and it will show more accurate pictures of what it really looks like.Read More
This is a beautiful sink! I was surprised by how much I loved this sink and it looks like it is very good quality. Unfortunately I didn't look at the measurements and it is to large so I have to return but I would recommend this vessel sink to anyone!!Read More
The bottom of the sink is not flat. It does not have sharp lines for it to meet the counter top tight. I had to use a lot of caulk to fill the gap. It is hard to see the caulk because it is so deep under the bowl, but it is not a good design. If you look at the picture the area I am refering to is the black shadow under the sink at the counter top. The finish on the sink is slightly pitted. It is not "Kohler" quality.Read More
As many other people stated, this sink is fairly large. Be sure that you are very tall if you are putting this on a modern vanity (unless you plan on partially sinking it in to the top). Luckily, even though it will not work out for us in the bath we originally planned it for, we will be able to use it in another bathroom (once we find a lower vanity for it!).Read More
Questions & Answers
Hello platoonie, The sink you have purchased has two holes in the drain hole. There are two holes within the drain pipe wall to prevent excess water build up. You need to purchase a drain that has two overflow hole openings. I would recommend you to purchase one of our compatible drains or double check their existing drain to see if the drain does have multiple holes. If it does, the holes need to match up to the holes on the drain pipe. SKU# 11390323 is one of our drains that is compatible with this sink. Thank you for shopping with us!
Please clarify the dimensions. The spec's read "Height 7 - 11", 7" - 11". There is no Length or Width given.
Exterior dimensions: 8.25inches high x 18.75 inches wide x 25.1875 inches long We are sorry for the confusion.
Is the small chrome disc below the faucet the overflow? Can that be either removed or changed to have an oil-rubbed bronze finish? Thanks!
The small chrome disc below the faucet area is the overflow and the color cannot be changed to an oil-rubbed bronze finish. But, the overflow may be removed if desired.
The small chrome disc below the faucet area is the overflow and the color cannot be changed to an oil-rubbed bronze finish. But the overflow may be removed if desired.
Hi, please confirm measurements: (height, width and depth). It just seems a bit high and width and height seem to be reversed. Does this sink come with drain and overflow? Thank-you.
The product dimensions listed are correct. The item is wider than it is high This item does have an over flow hole and a standard drain hole.
what type of faucet do I look for with this sink? would one suited for a vessel sink work or be too tall since the faucet in set up higher within the sink?
This item is compatible with any single hole faucet
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