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|Country Of Origin||Italy|
|Drain Assembly Included||No|
|Faucet Hole Size||1.38|
|Mounting Type||Single Hole|
|Number Of Basins||1|
Kyomi 24 5/8" Above Counter Fire Clay Lavatory Sink with Single Faucet Hole and Rear Overflow
- Graceful and minimalist basin design
- Above counter for countertop application only
- Fire clay china construction
- Rear overflow with chrome trim ring part #85700
- Accepts any deck mounted, single hole faucet
- Faucet ledge
- Cutout template included
- Made in Italy
- Sink shape: Oval
- Height: 7.25"
- Length: 18.50"
- Overflow: Yes
- Length: 14.00"
- Width: 23.00"
- Depth: 5.00"
- 1 faucet hole
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Our SKU: 15061
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3 Questions from the Community
The Porcher 15061 sink will accept any standard single hole faucet.
What is the deck thickness for this sink? The spec show that the sink is 5" tall, is there a recess from the underside that would accept a faucet with a standard max deck thickness of approx. 2"?
A. The Porcher 15061 sink will accept any standard single hole faucet.
The Porcher 15061 will fit on the Porcher 98040, however, it will be a tight fit. It will only leave you a couple inches on either side and would look a little large for the vanity.
Could I install this sink onto the Porcher 98040 vanity, would it look too big on the vanity?
A. The Porcher 15061 will fit on the Porcher 98040, however, it will be a tight fit. It will only leave you a couple inches on either side and would look a little large for the vanity.
The Porcher 15061 is only available with an overflow cover in Chrome.
The overflow cover looks like chrome. Can I get it in Brushed Nickel?
A. The Porcher 15061 is only available with an overflow cover in Chrome.
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