Darwin Copper Bathroom Sink
The Darwin copper sink is individually handcrafted and made from pure, solid copper. The bold and innovative design offers more than just a sink; it is a work of art for your home. Featuring our Dual-Flex Rim, installation of the Darwin is effortless and flexible, as it can be installed as either an undermount or drop-in bathroom sink. Sinkology aged copper sinks feature a maintenance-free finish that is protected by a lifetime warranty. The Darwin round copper sink is simple yet functional and will make a bold statement in any bath setting.
- Dimensions: 16" x 16" x 6.5"
- Bowl dimensions: 14" x 14" x 6"
- Drain size: 1.5"
- Copper sinks from Sinkology are designed to be bold and make a statement
- Hand-hammered texture adds character and beauty
- Proprietary aged copper finish is durable and easy to clean
- Sinkology copper sinks will not turn green over time under typical indoor use
- Dual-Flex Rim allows for either undermount or DIY drop-in installation
- 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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