The Houzer HW-AUG2RF Hammerwerks Copper August Lavatory Sink is a large round lavatory bowl with the most beautiful hammer finish. This lavatory sinks exude warmth and elegance whether in the powder room or main bath. Formed from heavy copper sheet, it is made to last for generations and deserves the medal of honor for their glorious color and rich feel. The sinks of Hammerwerks copper collection are individually hand-hammered and its surfaces are hygienic and do not support bacteria like many other materials. This model features Lustrous Pewter finish, flap lip for undermount installation, 1.5 inch drain opening. Bowl measure 14.5 inch diameter by 7 inch deep and supplied with overflow assembly and covered by limited lifetime warranty.
- Flat Lip Hammerwerks Lavatory bowl
- Overall size 16.75" Diameter
- 7" Bowl Depth
- Lustrous pewter
- Reinforced and constructed from heavy copper sheets
- Bowl 14.5" Dia x 7" deep.
- Overflow assembly included
- Product Warranty: Limited Lifetime Warranty
- Warranty Type: Manufacturer
- Item Length inches: 16.75"
- Item Width inches: 16.75"
- Item Height inches: 7"
- Item Weight Pounds: 9 lbs
- Color/Finish: Pewter
- Finish Type: Hammered
- Material: Copper
- Center: Center
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