Circa 1928 Standard Cast Iron Alcove sink.
Here’s a rare one! This cast iron sink has been powdercoat refinished in white. Alcove sinks are meant to have walls on three sides. This was fairly common in commercial applications, but did occasionally find it’s way into homes. The back and sides of this sink are separate pieces, and the entire sink bolts together. This sink is supplied with a set of original wall brackets, and it measures 24″ wide by 18″ front to back. The sides stand 12″ tall, and the faucet hole spread is 9 1/4″. Originally, this would have had single basin taps, but a “adjustable bridge” style widespread will fit. Truck freight only, call for a quote today!