Monarch Abode’s Milan Sink is for my part hand made by our professional artisans to supply a one-of-a-sort sink for your house bar and kitchen spaces. Our Milan sink is hand hammered offering a novel and wonderful texture in an effort to catch the attention of someone within the room. Monarch’s Twin Rim will permit you the versatility of either putting in your Milan Sink as an undermount sink or a drop-in sink.
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HANDCRAFTED HIGH QUALITY CONSTRUCTION: The Pure Copper Hand Hammered Milan Twin Mount Bar Prep/Kitchen Sink (21 inches) is hand made by our professional artisans to strike a balance of lovely design with lasting performance. The copper sink is manufactured from cast, heavy gauge pure copper in an effort to stand the take a look at of time.
VERSATILE DUAL MOUNT DESIGN: The bar sink has a Twin mount design for versatile and simple installation. This selection lets in this copper bar sink to be put in as a drop-in sink or undermount sink. The copper kitchen sink features a cutout template for installation; does no longer come with drain tap.
STYLISH APPEARANCE AND DESIGN: The only bowl kitchen sink is enhanced with hand hammered impressions and an exquisite oil rubbed bronze end. The kitchen sink is an ideal upgrade your house, condo, apartment, or restaurant.
ITEM OVERALL DIMENSIONS: Outer dimensions: 21 in x 14.8 in x 7.2 in, Inner dimension: 19 in x 12.8 in x 7.2 in
STANDARD BAR/KITCHEN SINK DRAIN SIZE – 3.5 inches with out overflow. As metal sinks aren’t as thick as porcelain or stone sinks, please Make sure that the drain you buy has threading the entire approach to the highest.
CARE INSTRUCTIONS: Merely wipe the outside of the kitchen sink drop-in surface with a moist, cushy fabric to stay it taking a look stunning with minimal repairs. DO NOT use corrosive / abrasive cleaning liquids or subject material as in an effort to injury the copper end.
NOTE: Copper is a living subject material, and our sinks are hand finished – as such, there will probably be a slight variation in colour from sink to sink. Copper will oxidize and darken over the years because of interaction with water/air.