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Add the timeless look of rustic tradition to your home with this copper waterfall sink and faucet. The handmade sink features an oil-rubbed bronze stem and glass disk to further enhance the look, and all of the glass is scratch-resistant.
ITEM#: 13822501This iridescent, hand-painted glass bowl is coupled with a matching waterfall faucet that combines an oil-rubbed bronze finished stem with a shimmering glass disk. This sink is handmade with possible unique and slight color variations.
- Sink type: Bathroom
- Sink style: Vessel
- Sink material: Glass
- Color: Copper sun
- Exterior dimensions: 6 inches high x 16.5 inches in diameter
- Interior dimensions: 5.5 inches high x 15.5 inches in diameter
- Drain opening dimensions: 1.375 inches in diameter
- Solid tempered glass construction
- Features polished glass interior with textured exterior
- Scratch-resistant glass
- Non-porous surface to prevent discoloration and fading
- Stain-resistant, easy-to-clean surface
- Above-counter installation
- 1.75 inches sink hole opening required for counter top
- Includes solid brass mounting ring in matching finish
- Includes solid brass pop-up drain and solid brass mounting ring, both in matching finish
- Number of handles: Single-handle
- Faucet finish: Oil rubbed bronze
- Faucet style: Waterfall
- Handle shape: Lever
- Faucet height: 11.75 inches x 7.125 inches in diameter
- Faucet constructed from solid brass in oil rubbed bronze-finished stem
- Matching glass disc included
- Easy single-hole faucet installation
- Universal high-quality ceramic disc cartridge ensures maintenance-free use
- Water-pressure tested for industry standard
- Flow rate: 2.2 GPM
- Includes all mounting hardware and hot/cold waterlines
- Standard US plumbing connections
- Includes solid brass pop-up drain in matching finish
- Model number: VGT019RB
Certified and Listed by cUPC, CSA, IAPMO and California AB 1953 Compliant
|Style||Sink & Faucet Sets Vessel|
|Material||Brass Bronze Ceramic Copper Glass Solid Brass|
|Finish||Oil Rubbed Bronze|
|Faucet Set||Bathroom Sets|
|Number of Faucet Handle||Single Handle|
|Number of Faucet Installation Hole||Single hole|
|Assembly||Assembled Assembly Required|
|Bowl Depth||Up to 7 inches|
|Faucet Mount Style||Sink/Counter Mount|
|Product Features||Includes Hardware|
|Materials||Oil Rubbed Bronze|
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Quick shipping and beautiful product. It isn't installed yet, as my bathroom remodel is not quite done, but I cannot wait to see everything put all together.Read More
The sink and faucet are very unique and work well with our decor. The quality is superb! I definitely recommend this product!Read More
Can't describe how beautiful this sink set is to me. The bowl shines and picks up shades you didn't know were there. Its gorgeous! Looks great and makes my bathroom feel brand new. A great price.Recommend!Read More
I really love this sink and faucet. It is the perfect finish to my 1/2 bath. People expect for my to always have something they've only seen in a magazine. Thank you for the absolute perfect touch at a price I could afford.Read More
The rim of the waterfall faucet on both sets I ordered was poorly finished/painted. Very noticeable. At the local crafts store I was able to buy ceramic/glass paint that takes 28 days to air cure that solved the imperfection. The price was good and the beauty there, so I fixed it rather than returning the items.Read More
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It fits the dÃ©cor in the bathroom we are remodeling.
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