Rated 4.7 out of 5Â by 14
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Adc983 Love it!
Beautiful sink, we our having our basement finished and this is what I chose for bathroom. The plumber installed, said it was a little tricky but pedestal sinks normally are. I'm happy with my choice and it's beautiful!
March 27, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5Â by MichH Perfect replacement for same sink we had with different name.
Perfect replacement for same model with a different manufacture name. We had to replace after a ceramic soap dispenser fell and cracked the bowl. Cautionary tale: Don't use heavy ceramic soap dispensers!
July 8, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5Â by kmiller01 Finished inatall looked great, but beware...
Cutting to the chase, I am very happy with the purchase and would do it again.
That said, it is now time for the "beware" part. I am a novice who is as handy as an ear of corn. If this describes your skill level...read on.
1. Ensure that the floor is level.
2. Clearance from the mounting wall to the centerline of the dain pipe is only about 7.5 inches. It is unlikely that a 1-1/2 inch p trap assembly will make the sweep so stick with 1-1/4.
3. with the pedistal in place, there is not enough room to tighten the drain pipe should it leak. Be prepared to use a piece of wood to support the mounted sink while you remove the pedistal to fix the leak.
4. The cavity through which the anchor bolts penetrate is deep and narrow. it is difficult to tighten the anchor bolts and the faucet.
5. be aware that the 8" faucets are more expensive typically than the 4" center sets, but they do look better.
6. do not try to insert the sink onto the toggle bolts by yourself. I was unable to do it myself but it only took 10 seconds with a second pair of eyes and hands.
That should cover it; good luck
September 12, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Dave57 See Below
Very nice sink but installation was a horrible experience. The opening in the pedestal needed at least 1 and 3/4 inch more length. I had to purchase a diamond 2" hole saw to facilitate room to install the "P" trap. I had to take the pedestal out to my work shop and cut extra depth in the opening to tail pipe to allow installation of "P" trap. I jigged up the pedestal in my drill press to drill out the bottom for more depth and used a carbide burr on an air too to grind off the sharp edges. I would recommend someone getting in touch with my on a more simple way to use the through the wall toggle bolts than instructions indicate. After you drill the 1/2" hole for the toggle bolts I suggest purchasing 2 each 1/4" fender washers and a 1/4" nut and snugging the toggle bolts up so you don't haven issue of attaching the song to the wall. If a 16" inch on center attaching holes were provided I could have just used lag bolts like my old pedestal sink I replaced. Other than all of this I am pleased with the sink. I am glad I was able to do this myself. If I would have had to hire a plumber I would have had to take out a loan on my house.
I wished I would have taken photos of everything to provide Home Depot detailed photos of what I had to do to install sink and Delta 8" spread Delta Windemere 8 in. Widespread 2-Handle faucet. Please read my review on this product too.
April 15, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by RichieRich An excellent sink
Not only is this sink a beautiful replica of the 1930s, it is also a nicely constructed piece. We added some replica vintage hardware to give it the antique look. I would highly recommend this sink.
September 11, 2011