Early 1900s Fireclay, Porcelain Console Sink, Ideal Trenton Potteries Co +Legs



This beautiful console sink was manufactured in the early 1900's by the Trenton Potteries Company of Trenton, New Jersey. At 48" wide, this sink is a rare find. Most of the fireclay console sinks of this era were between 32"-42" wide. The Trenton maker's mark is found on the underside of this sink.

Condition: Very good. Some minor surface crazing. The wall support bracket is not included. Pitting and small chips are present in and around the crazed basin of the sink. Although not identical, the legs are in great condition.

History: Trenton Potteries Company was organized in 1892 by the consolidation of five sanitary ware establishments: The Crescent, The Delaware, The Empire, The Enterprise and The Equitable. Later, the Ideal Pottery became part of the Trenton Potteries Company.

Flange: 2 1/4" diameter
Drainpipe: 1 3/4" diameter
Overflow: 3 1/2"(W) x 1 1/4"(H)
Faucet handle bores:
1 1/4" diameter with a 10 1/2" spread between (interior edge to interior edge of bore)
Faucet opening: 1 1/8"(L) x 3 3/8"(W)
Sink: 300 lbs, 24 3/4"(L) x 48 3/4"(W) x 9 3/4"(H)
Basin: 12"(L) x 20"(W) x 6"(H)
Leg A: 10 lbs, 5 1/16" diameter at top, 2 1/2" diameter at base, 25"(H)
Leg B: 13 lbs, 4 7/8" diameter at top, 3" diameter at base, 24 7/8"(H)

Dimensions below are for sink in place with all components:
Weight: 333 lbs.
Overall Measurements: 24.75"(L) x 48.75"(W) x 32.25"(H)

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