When looking for a copper bathroom sink, it pays to be selective. The top option is an unique hammered collection from Santa Clara del Cobre. Available in variety of patina colors and sinks can be supplied with optional built in drain-back system. Some times they called over flow. Also, we manufacture handmade soaking bathtubs, custom tabletops, mirrors and bath vanity counters. Any Mexican bathroom sink is available as vessel, drop-in and undermount.
Lead free hand painted talavera Mexican bathroom sinks from Dolores Hidalgo. Our ceramic wash basins come in a variety of shapes, sizes and hundreds of ready patterns. We can custom paint the bathroom sink based on the buyer's instructions. The medium size oval drop-in undermount mexican bathroom sink can be supplied with 4 optional suranding talavera counter-top tiles. The sink tile can be painted with the pattern of the bathroom sink or its background. Wall mount sinks can be furnished with a pedestal covering wall plumbing and drain connection.
Hand painted pedestal sinks are available with the listing patterns or custom design. Any talavera sink wall mount can be furnished with a pedestal painted with the same pattern. Our handmade pedestal cantera stone basins are available in custom dimensions, shape and stone color of choice. In stone category we offer our sinks made of onyx, marble, granite, limestone and cantera.
Hand polished extraordinary rustic bronze and aluminum sinks from colonial town of San Miguel de Allende. Both metals are worked the way it has been done since beginning of civilization using sand casting technique. It was used first in Europe and then in the new world during the colonial era. Sand casting makes possible for Mexican bathroom sink, kitchen or shower faucet to look antique as it was made hundreds of years ago.
Installing Mexican Bathroom Sink
place your bathroom sink upside down on the countertop and draw a line all around it
draw a second line about 3/4 inch inside that line to be used for cutting the opening in the countertop
drill 3/8-inch starter hole inside the cut line and begin cutting the counter-top along the line
drop mexican bathroom sink into the hole and make any adjustments if necessary
place plumber's putty around the bottom edge of the drain-assembly lip and press the housing into the drain hole
attach the gasket with washer and tighten the locknut by hand
using the wrench may damage your talavera or copper bath sink
if you didn't install the faucet yet turn the sink upside down and place silicone along the lip
turn the sink over and carefully align it with the countertop edge
press firmly along the lip to form a tight seal
set it in place firmly pressing down all edges to assure adequate seal contact
Rustica House is not responsible for any damage caused by the direct or indirect use of this article content. It is recommended consulting a licensed plumber for a hammered copper, cantera stone, rustic pewter and hand painted talavera bathroom sink installation.