I just measured mine. It is oval-shaped with 20.5x17.5. It would fit a counter top opening slightly smaller than those numbers. I believe it won't fit yours. You should try a round-shaped sink. Also FYI. The depth of the sink may matter too. I am happy with my sink. Both quality and price are good.
David81, The space you have of 28 1/8" is plenty of room as the spec shows that 24" is the minimum needed to mount this. Sincerely, your American Standard Consumer Connection Team
MMBaldi, This sink is not considered a drop in sink and will not work that way. Sincerely, your American Standard Consumer Connection Team
CindyLou, Since you already have the cutout I would recommend getting the same size sink that you already have. Sincerely, your American Standard Consumer Connection Team
mick, The Aqualyn (three hole) is manufactured in white, bone and linen. I am attaching the link for you to look at. https://www.americanstandard.ca/bathroom/bathroom-sinks/aqualyn-countertop-sink-35747 Sincerely, your American Standard Consumer Connection Team
From the spec sheet it shows that from the counter top to the top of the sink is approximately 5/8".
I don’t know him the installer measured it and told me that was the one that will fit
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The dimensions of the sink are 20-3/8" by 17-3/8"; Bowl Sizes: 16" wide, 10" front-to-back, 5-5/8" deep.