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. 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 one we’ve had in 39 years. The sink is 36″ long, front to back is 21 1/2″, 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!