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Used in an adaptive historic restoration
 from Columbia, MD,  Jun 28, 2011

Used in an adaptive restoration of our 1809 church sacristy, which of course did not have running water when built. We opted for this "farmhouse" vessel style to accommodate a window sill and counter which are lower than the rest of the counter top run on the same wall. The sink does have some holes on the back exterior face (presumably for wall mounting, or from the casting process); in our case, you can only see those by looking through the window from outside, and we'll find some adequate way to disguise them. All in all, with a period reproduction gooseneck faucet, it looks quite nice.

  • Did the color match the color displayed onsite? Yes
  • How is the quality of the product? Very good
  • Did the description onsite accurately describe the product? Usable depth is a little compromised, as the description doesn't make clear the crescent shape of the bottom of the bowl.
  • Would you recommend this to a friend? Yes
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