Antique earthenware pottery white porcelain bathroom console sink with cast iron white porcelain legs. Decorative rolled rim with great lines. The glazing has scratches, scuffs, some very light staining, few pockmarks, and crazing throughout. There is one hairline on the bottom of the sink comes off the drain towards the back of the sink, it should not affect the sink in any way.
The faucet spout has a cool elephants trunk look to it, the waste rod is marked peck bros, the spout and waste rod look like they are original to the sink. The valves look like replacements and are labeled Hot and cold in French, we are not sure of the age but they are no original to the sink.The cast iron legs are in very good condition, they do have the usual scratches and scuffs but otherwise they just need a detail cleaning. Very unique sink for a larger size bathroom. Very solid and VERY heavy early sink. Please take into consideration these old white sinks are very hard to photograph, the small minor defects do not show up in the pictures but can be seen in person. Please look over the pictures and ask questions when needed. Overall- 30 1/2"tall x 36"wide x 25depth. Basin - 17 1/2"wide x 13 1/2"depth x 6deep.
Faucet valves- 12 apart on center. The item "Antique Earthenware Pottery Console Sink Cast Iron White Porcelain Legs 527-17E" is in sale since Wednesday, August 9, 2017. This item is in the category "Antiques\Architectural & Garden\Plumbing & Fixtures". The seller is "nysalvage" and is located in Oneonta, New York.
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