Can this sink be mounted in the counter, making it a drop in style? It is just the right size, but I need a recessed sink.
We added this sink to a rustic piece of furniture and placed them in our pool bath! Very beautiful and durable!...
Vintage Dark Solid Copper 13-inch Vessel Sink
This beautiful vessel sink from Mexico is genuinely formed of hand-hammered, dark antiqued copper with a rolled safety lip. The real copper finish on this bathroom sink will naturally gain a beautiful patina with normal care and use.
ITEM#: 13001233This beautiful vessel sink from Mexico is genuinely formed of hand-hammered, dark antiqued copper with a rolled safety lip. The real copper finish on this bathroom sink will naturally gain a beautiful patina with normal care and use. Designed to add a spa touch to your bathroom space, this handsome vessel sink lends a vibe of modern Zen and transforms your bathroom into a sanctuary of repose and tranquility. Use it as a focal point in a traditional bathroom, or bring it into a modern bathroom where you want to create a sleek look.
This vessel sink adds a unique, stylish appearance to your bathroom. Designed to accommodate a 1.25-inch or 1.5-inch drain, this sink is compatible with most bathroom designs. Because the basin sits above your vanity or bathroom counter,storage space is increased. For your convenience, this sink comes with a one-year limited distributor warranty.
- Sink type: Bathroom
- Sink style: Vessel
- Sink material: Hand-hammered copper
- Exterior dimensions: 13.12 inches in diameter x 4.8 inches deep
- Interior dimensions: 12.55 inches in diameter x 4.8 inches deep
- Drain opening dimensions: 1.625 inches in diameter
- Accommodates a 1.5 or 1.25 inch drain
- Rolled safety lip
- Sink weighs at least 3.39 pounds
- Sink will gain patina over time
- Model number: CS6101VDD
Use of harsh chemicals or abrasives can damage finish.
|Width||10 - 15"|
|Height||Less than 5" Less than 5""|
|Number of Faucet Installation Hole||Single hole|
|Assembly||Assembled Assembly Required|
|Basin Depth||Less than 5 Inch|
|Number of Basin||Single Basin|
|Number of Hole||1|
|Sink Drain location||Center|
|Manufacturer Warranty||1 year Limited Distributor|
|Materials||Solid Hand formed Copper|
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We added this sink to a rustic piece of furniture and placed them in our pool bath! Very beautiful and durable!Read More
Another winner! Bought this for the master bath and it looks great!Read More
Purchased 2 for our bathroom vanity , outstanding!Read More
Bought this sink for use in our bathroom on our main floor. It is gorgeous and just what I wanted. Great quality for purchase price.Read More
This vessel sink is awesome! Looks very high end for a fraction of the cost. I purchased the suggested bundle with drain and faucet and it matches perfectly! I ordered the 13 inch and it's exact size for our small powder room vanity top, which is 24 inchesRead More
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Why did you choose this product?
new home construction. will use this in the half bath with granite top and rustic vanity.
I have been wanting a vessel sink for my bathroom, but because I have great grandchildren, I do not want glass. I decided on copper and I was about to purchase online somewhere else when I remembered Overstock, lo and behold this looks like exactly what I want! I have never been disappointed thus far with purchases and the reviews were excellent. Looking forward to my purchase!
I am unclear if there is a drain to go with this sink as the specs indicate a 1.5 or 1.25 drain ..most drain specs note a size of 1.75
Hi sammy969, we were able to verify this information with our support team. The opening is 1.5 inch diameter. We recommend item numbers 14107062 or 14118581, for best results. We hope this helps. Thanks for shopping with us.
I am confused about the size of the hole needed in my Granite counter top. The drain opening size is 1.625", but the seat at the bottom of the sink is over 2". I assumed that the hole should be large enough so that lip under the sink that the drain goes through sits flush with the counter top which would be about 2.5".
The drain when installed holds sink in place in addtion to the Clear silicone adhesive mentioned in the installation instructions
The drain is 1.625 ( 1 5/8 inch ) so it can accommodate a 1.5 ( 1 1/2 ) or 1.25 ( 1 1/4) inch drain.The hole has to be larger than the drain so it will accommodate the drain.
What is the gauge go the copper? Thanks
Thank you for your interest. We are currently looking into this. Your answer will be posted as soon as possible.
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