Hobbes Nickel Bathroom Sink
The Hobbes nickel bathroom sink is very similar to the Confucius, but offers an alternative to copper. The hand-hammered nickel gives this sink a wonderful texture and doesn’t hinder cleaning. The low profile style provides a modern touch to the typically traditional look. The unique boat-shaped design makes this vessel sink a show-stopper in any bathroom setting. With a maintenance-free finish and straightforward installation, a nickel sink from Sinkology is intended for everyday living and offers a lifetime warranty. Sinkology blends luxury and affordability into this unique handmade nickel vessel sink.
- Dimensions: 19" x 14" x 7"
- Bowl dimensions: 18.75" x 13.75" x 6.5"
- Drain size: 1.50"
- Handcrafted in our state-of-the-art workshop
- Luxurious hammered nickel is durable and easy to maintain
- Unique boat shaped design makes a luxurious statement
- Bold and innovative design, add a centerpiece to your bath
- Designed to install easily as an above counter vessel sink, mounting hardware included
- New and improved design offers a larger bowl, reduces splashing
- Lowest side bowl depth 4.5″
- Protected by a 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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