This product is a previously owned vintage farmhouse style sink with drain boards on either side. The date is estimated to be c.1950. The sink sits on top of a steel base with two drawers and additional space underneath with a roll-out shelf behind each door. The sink and countertop are enameled steel and the cabinet is painted steel with newer paint over the original. Faucet and drain hardware are included. This is likely an American Standard brand set.
Condition: Please note, there is a large hole cut out of the left side of the base (see photos), and the sink top includes surface rust, some staining and chipped enamel (see photos).
45" High x 54" Wide x 26" Deep;
36.5" High to countertop
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