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Wall Hung Sinks

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1928 “Templeton” Lavatory Sink
This was Standard’s top of the line sink for 1928.  All the faucets and trim have been replated in the original polished nickel finish.  This sink features a “hammered” look to the legs, trap and faucet, this is a high-end look that is rarely seen today.  Click on the above links for close-up photos of each.  The legs are ceramic at the top, hammered nickel in the middle, and feature a glass knob foot.  As for flaws, the only one we could find is at the top rear of one of the porcelain legs, there is a chip the size of a pencil eraser.  It is not visible when sink is assembled.  The slab itself is flawless.  Sinks like this one are extremely rare, this is only the third we’ve had in 39 years.  The sink is 36”

PS15112

long, front to back is 20”, and it stands 31” tall.  The sink is too big for UPS, it has to be shipped via truck.  Don’t let this one get away!
PS15112 Standard “Templeton” sink 9800.00 addtocartmini

WHS110700

1951 Crane Diana Console sink
Restored in original Chrome!  This Crane Diana sink measures 27” by 20 1/2” and stand 32” tall on the original lavatory legs.  This sink has no chips, the original trim is nice and is freshly plated. 
We had 4 of these, and now only one remains, don’t let it get away.  Truck freight only! 
WHS110700R Restored Diana  1595.00 addtocartmini

1941 Standard “Companion” Wall hung sink
The faucet and drain on this sink are fully restored in the original chrome finish.  The handles are reproduction, but all the other trim is original.  While there are no chips on the porcelain sink, it does suffer from a bit of staining/deglossing.  The sink is 22” wide, and extends from the wall 18”.  While this sink doesn’t need console legs, they can be attached.  Shelfback sinks like this one are very popular with the Mid century crowd, don’t let it escape.  Truck freight only, call or e-mail for a shipping quote today!
OF17112 Standard sink 1095.00  addtocartmini

WHS17112

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WHS1561

1930’s Standard Cast Iron sink
Rarely do we see one of these sinks in this good of shape.  Usually the overflow is rusted away, and there’s enamel coming off around the drain.  This sink is the exception.  Yes, it does have a bit of missing enamel around the apron edge, but that’s really it for condition issues.  There was one large chip on the right rear corner, it has been repaired.  This sink measures 20 3/4” wide by 19” front to back.  It will accept single basin taps or a 12” wide bridge faucet (like our 79-558-12).  Truck Freight only
WHS1561 Standard Sink SOLD

1951 Crane Oxford China wall-hung sink
Oxfords are always a popular sink with the mid-Century crowd.  This one measures 19” wide and extends from the wall 17”.  Original faucet has been restored in Chrome, and the sink has no chips or flaws.  Grab it quick!
WHS16129 Crane Oxford sink 995.00 addtocartmini

WHS16129
WHS1681

Pre-WW1 “Standard” Cast Lavatory Sink
There’s no date, but the square faucet holes give away it’s early date.  This sink has been badly powdercoated with thin spots on the top of the backsplash, and other pits and flaws everywhere.  Sink measures 19” wide by 17” deep.  Had the sink been done correctly, we’d be asking 500+, but...  Sold AS-IS!
WH0751 150.00 addtocartmini

WHS15114

1927 Crane “Clermont” China Wall hung sink
Fully Restored!  This sink measures 24 1/2” wide by 21” front to back, and has no chips or cracks.  We suspect the faucet was swapped out sometime in the late 1930’s as a 1927 faucet would have had a spout with a lower angle.  The faucet has been restored in the period correct polished nickel, this sink is ready to install.  There is a slight factory flaw, the back of the sink slumps down a bit, leaving the back of the spout about 1/8” away from the porcelain.  This may collect water, and there’s nothing we can do about it.  Truck freight only!
WHS1681 Crane Sink 1095.00 addtocartmini

wh0751

1912 Tepeco China Wall hung sink
While there aren’t any cracks in this sink, it does have many small to thumbnail sized chips on the sides and back that go along the wall.  Many will be hidden when the sink is caulked onto the wall, but they are there.  It is an early sink, though....  It measures 20 1/4” wide and extends from the wall 18 1/2”.  This sink is perfect for those looking for a budget early sink.  Sink will accept many modern widespread faucets.
WHS15114 Tepeco sink 350.00  addtocartmini

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Original Antiques are sold in as-is condition. Most items show signs of normal use and  wear. A detailed description of any item is available  upon request.
Condition Guide:  
 Refinished = Fully restored, like new condition.
 Excellent = As nearly new as possible, 90% of original luster or better.
  Good = May have minor chips or finish flaws that do not extend down to base material.
 Fair = Usable. May have rust or chips that extend down to base material.
 Poor = Needs refinishing or repair work.

 All Bathroom Machineries Original Antique toilet bowls, sinks, and fixtures are carefully cleaned, sanitized, water tested, & inspected for the tiniest defects. 
We are not a salvage yard, we are architectural antique restoration specialists
committed to providing  like-new and professionally restored fixtures.

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