I installed this sink last year in my cabin. I have not noticed any discoloring, it still looks good. I am very happy with the choice. I haven't needed to clean it yet, but then I only use it and average of once a week.
Yes, however one needs to be careful as to leaving drink residue in the sink as that would more than likely tarnish the finish. I think bronze would be a better fit.
This sink will fit any standard bathroom sink drain, we recommend the TG01-AC but any standard 1.5" sink drain will work.
13-1/2 inches in diameter should work perfectly for this sink.
Yes! Copper and granite complement each other fantastically.
The silicone caulk connects the edge of the rim to the countertop surface, any extra space underneath should be filled in with an expanding foam adhesive to form a tight fit.
100% pure clear neutral cure silicone caulk. Expanding polyurethane goes underneath between the sink and the countertop to fill in any gaps and create a snug fit.
If toothpaste is left on the sink surface overnight it will most probably strip the patina off of the sink, leaving a shiny copper spot on the sink, but the living finish will heal itself with time and use.
It's not designed to be a vessel sink, but it could be installed as a vessel mount sink.
This sink is IAMPO listed and certified.