Lovelace Copper Bathroom Sink
This unique copper sink has a wide-flare back designed to work with a wide variety of faucets. Handmade by our Sinkologists, this vessel sink is a modern interpretation of a classic style.Designed to be an above counter vessel sink the Lovelace copper sink had cool lines and a luxurious aged copper finish. With clear-cut installation and easy care, all bath sinks from Sinkology come with a lifetime warranty.
- Dimensions: 16.5" x 16.5" x 5.5"
- Bowl dimensions: 16.25" x 16.25" x 5.25"
- Drain size: 1.5"
- Expertly crafted and finished by hand to make it uniquely yours
- Uncompromised quality and workmanship by our team of coppersmiths
- Handcrafted copper sink; made with 18-gauge pure solid copper
- Designed to install easily as an above counter vessel, includes vessel washer
- Proprietary finish and exclusive process, easy to clean and extreme durability
- Copper sinks will not turn green 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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