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Bought these several years ago for a bath remodel. They are Kohler and the metal drains are starting to discolor and rust a bit....
Rectangular Porcelain Bath Vessel Sink
- Accentuate your bathroom decor with this rectangular porcelain bath vessel sink
- Bathroom sink boasts a versatile white hue that blends with any look
- Home improvement accessory is made of vitreous china
- Unique above counter design
- Faucet not included
- Features rectangular deck-mounted faucet hole with overflow
- Outer dimensions: 6 inches high x 18 inches wide x 23 inches long
- Inner dimensions: 4.5 inches high x 11 inches wide x 19 inches long
|Style||Sink & Faucet Sets Vessel|
|Height||6 - 7" 6" - 7"|
|Number of Faucet Installation Hole||Single hole|
|Number of Basin||Single Basin|
|Number of Hole||1|
|Dimensions||21.75 in (L) x 17.5 in (W) 6 in (H)|
|Manufacturer Warranty||90 Days Against Manufacturer's Defects Only|
|Materials||Vitreous China, Porcelain|
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Bought these several years ago for a bath remodel. They are Kohler and the metal drains are starting to discolor and rust a bit.Read More
Love the sink have not yet installed it but looks like a sink that costs four times as much. Very pleased with how it was packed how quyickly it came and the actual product.Read More
good from far, but far from good - up close you'll notice many flaws in the enamel; I ordered 2 and both have issues. I wish I had inspected them sooner after receiving. Appear to be taken from the reject pile at the factory.Read More
The sink is flush or wall mount. The back is not finished and has mounting holes, so you need to be aware of this when installing. Sink edges are nicely squared and water does not pool around the drain. There are no soap holding areas on the sink which gives it the clean crisp look I wanted.Read More
very heavy and expensive looking sink, great bargainRead More
This is a wall mount sink not a vessel sink, the entire back of the sink is unfinished and cannot be centered on your counter .The back of the sink is open for the wall mount brackets, so if you don't push it all the way up against the wall, water and dirt will get in. The front of the sink is sloped to the back, it is not a square inside opening, as the picture would suggest.The silver overflow piece is a dull piece of plastic. I feel you should not have to rely on product reviews to get accurate product details.Read More
I'm a home builder andI originally bought two of these for a home I'm building; but I liked them so much, I bought two for my own home and redecorated my bath around these beautiful sinks. Ther're very practical and provide a great area for all the bathroom stuff. Love them.Read More
Questions & Answers
Im sorry this does not have those certifications.
What is the make or brand of this sink? Where is it made in?
Unfortunately, we are unable to disclose manufacturer information on some of our products. However, be assured that we fully stand behind the products we sell. This sink is made in China.
Does the back of this sink have a hole for a wall mount? Is the overflow piece metal or plastic.
I believe it does, but it is extremely heavy. The sink weighs almost 50 lbs. The overflow piece is plastic, so not to corrode.
Is this sink white or tan. Product information seems to conflict with color and dimensions. Please clarify
This sink is white in color.
Is the back of this sink finished?
Yes, it is finished.
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