Roughly 22 X 21 X 6 inches deep. Made from recycled antique sink pieces as well as new stock scraps. I put a backsplash on it and it is shown installed too. Very nice!
This is the nicest sink I’ve restored. Before and after pics. I made sure the whole thing was clean and then brought to 200+ grit then sealed with black silicone the with oil, My own 100 year old refinished all brass drain too. This is high-end Alberene stone. Yes, it’s the sink below in the blog under “Ooh what will this look like”? covered in lead paint etc. Thanks. Eric, 508 826 9981.
There’s a saying in Spanish that I really like that my neighbor from Ecuador told me one day as he watched me work: “Casa de herrero, cuchillo de palo.” He knew that I still hadn’t taken the time to put in my own sink. “House of blacksmith knife of wood.” The sink is 32 1/2 X 19 and is 7 inches deep. I put it in the existing cabinetry It’s made of about 11 pieces of scrap. I chose to put the drain in the back right so we had more room in the sink. Shown at various stages, with and without oil.