Rare 1930 Trenton Potteries Utility Fireclay Sink, New Jersey

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This rare fireclay/porcelain deep bowl sink was manufactured in 1930 by the Trenton Potteries Company of Trenton, New Jersey. We salvaged the sink from Central High School of Trenton, New Jersey as the school was prepared for renovation. The sink features an interesting, angular shape, an 8" backsplash and beautiful glaze. The Trenton maker's mark and date of manufacture is impressed upon the base of the sink.

Condition: Very good condition for age and use. As expected, the glaze is crazed/crackled from age.

*This sink does not come with hardware or legs.*

Weight: 228 lbs.
Overall Measurements: 26H x 26D x 26W.
Backsplash height: 8.5"
Basin Depth: 15"
Faucet holes: 1.5", Faucet Span (center to center): 8"
Drain Size: 1.5"

History: The sinks were salvaged from Central High School in Trenton, New Jersey. This salvage job is featured on the DIY network show "Salvage Dawgs", episodes five and seven.

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