Antique Scalloped Lavender Lilac Porcelain Art Deco Pedestal Bath Sink 98-20E
Great Art Deco antique lavender scalloped pedestal sink with a octagon base. It is marked Crane Elecia Sink has no production date ,we believe it's 1920's as it was removed from a house built in 1924. Twice fired vitreous china, very heavy well made quality sink. The top has a great stepped apron edge with scalloped clipped corners. The original untested spout, valves are still attached, the original shut off valves for the feed lines are also still with this beautiful sink keeping it as close to original as possible. It shows normal wear, scratches, scuffs, some light staining, some pockmarks, and a little paint splatter in the basin. The pedestal has a few hairline at the top where it connects to the sink, they still feel strong and solid. Overall good Salvaged condition. Please take into consideration these old sinks are very hard to photograph, many of the minor defects and imperfections will not show up in the pictures but they can be seen in person. Please look over the pictures and ask questions when needed. Thanks for looking
Overall - 30 5/8"tall x 32 1/2"wide x 27 7/8"depth(front to Back)
Basin - 18"wide x 12 1/4"depth x 6 1/4"deep(4 1/4"fill Height)
Apron - 4 1/2"