• Retro Kitchen Sink

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Item #: 77111
Reg. Price: $14.99
Our Price: $12.99
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This white porcelain sink includes silver metal legs, drain pipe and hardware. Simple assembly required. Clear hot glue is perfect for gluing legs, drain pipe and hardware in place.

4 1/2"W x 3 5/8"H x 1 3/4"D

Scale: 1/12
Assembly Required: Yes

1/12 scale, also referred to as one-inch scale (or 1" scale), means 1 inch = 1 foot


Average Rating:
(based on 6 reviews)

Showing 1 - 5 of 6 Reviews:

by Sheri
on 9/8/2017
Cute look
I love the ceramic look but the sink drain hole is not large enough so the pipes fit in and it sits level with the legs...hoping to drill it out and not crack it. Otherwise I love the look,
by Fran
on 9/6/2017
The assembly on this sink is challenging. There are no instructions, but by looking at the pictures it's doable. The holes are smaller than they should be. Aim well when hot gluing this sink together. I'm using it in a abanded/haunted house. I'm going to add some rusty water stains and gray it up a bit!
by Susan
on 4/25/2017
Assembly needed
This sink needs assembly. There were no suggestions on what type of adhesive would work to bond the metal to porcelain. The worst was that the faucet handles DO NOT FIT into the predrilled holes on the sink. We needed to use a Dremmel drill to enlarge the holes.
The online copy and other reviews for this item clearly indicates in two places that it requires assembly and that clear hot glue is the best adhesive. We are checking on the hole size for the faucets and will notify the maker of this issue. Our apologies for any inconvenience.
by Laura
on 1/19/2017
no directions
This is a nice quality for the money but came with no directions. Nothing just fits in. Thankfully I read the reviews saying to use hot glue. I wouldn't have know which glue to use.This should have been included in the product. It would have saved some time. Overall, I am happy with the product.
by Kathryn F
on 8/26/2015
Garden Sink
Thanks, Linda, for the tip of using hot glue for the parts. I will do that. I'm putting this sink beside, or behind, the toolshed. I saw a sink like this used in the same way, real life. The gardener had a few pots on it. I'll need to dirty it a little and I think it will look just great.
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