1901 Belfast Sink - 595 x 455 x 250mm - Gloss White
|Internal Dimensions||525 x 385 x 215mm|
|Installation Tip||Any sealant used where your fireclay sink meets a bench-top needs to be flexible (like silicone), rather than rigid (like stone adhesive) to allow for any differential in expansion rates between the bench top and the sink. When installing the waste fitting/s it is important to use some silicone sealant between the stainless steel waste flange (the part that you will see in the sink around the plug) and the glazed sink itself. This is to stop water from draining under the flange when the sink is filled. Please note that if surfaces are cleaned with a cloth dampened with Mineral Turps the silicone adheres very well. Also use the same cloth to clean up any excess silicone that squeezes out when the waste fitting is tightened. Ensure that the silicone is cleaned up BEFORE it dries.|
|Variance||All dimensions are in mm. Dimensions may vary by up to plus or minus 2%; we recommend that customers do not cut out work surfaces or units until they have taken delivery of their sink. Because all our fireclay sinks are handmade using traditional methods, they are 100% unique. Slight variations in the finish from one sink to the next add character and are in keeping with the way these sinks have been made for the past 100 years.|
|Warranty||Lifetime Guarantee (Replacement Product Only)|
|Brand||1901 Sinks & Taps|
|Sink Installation||Under Mount|
|Waste(s) Fittings Included||Yes (One)|
|Waste(s) Type||Stainless Steel Basket Waste|
|External Dimensions||595 x 455 x 250mm|
Belfast Sinks were the Irish cousin of the Butler Sinks in London. There, water was scarce and regulated, so the taps were not left on. By contrast, water was more plentiful in Belfast. To prevent accidental flooding, the Belfast Sink included a weir overflow.
Now you can buy this authentic Belfast sink. Australian brand, 1901 Sinks & Taps, has recreated the classic Belfast style in this sophisticated sink. Made of fireclay, just like the original, and featuring the traditional weir overflow, this Belfast sink is a little bit of history you can have in your contemporary kitchen. Fireclay is naturally durable, making this sink both heat and scratch-resistant. The basket waste fitting is included, so you have everything you need to use your sink right from installation. Whether your kitchen is Hampton-style or a traditional farmhouse kitchen, the 1901 Belfast sink is a welcome addition and a solid investment.
Expand your sink space with a fireclay fluted drainer, which becomes the perfect ceramic draining board for your Belfast sink.