Copernicus Copper Bathroom Sink
The Copernicus is a handcrafted copper vessel sink made from pure, solid copper. This copper bathroom sink is easy to install, care for, and is durable. A copper sink from Sinkology is designed for everyday living and offers a lifetime warranty. The Copernicus copper sink is unique and innovative; guaranteed to be the focal point of your bathroom retreat.
- Dimensions: 16" x 16" x 5.5"
- Bowl dimensions: 15.75" x 15.75" x 5.5"
- Drain size: 1.5"
- Expertly crafted and finished by hand for a “uniquely yours” copper sink
- Uncompromised quality and workmanship
- Each sink is made to our exacting standards to be easy to install, includes vessel washer
- Proprietary aged copper finish is durable and easy to clean
- Easy to clean, solid copper sink designed for everyday life; simply wash with soap and water
- Handcrafted copper sink; made with 18-gauge pure solid copper
- Copper sinks will not turn green or patina under typical indoor use
- Lifetime warranty
Get everything you need with the All-In-One Design Kit including the sink, faucet, accessories, and care supplies.
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