Old Oversized Cast-Iron Pedestal Sink Ma e West Style. Absolutely amazing oversized pedestal sink. We are unable to find any markings on the sink 33-1/2 w x25 from wall approximately 31 1/2 tall. The sink came from a home that was built in 1901 by a famous architect Joseph Cather Newsom prolific designer and builder of late-C19. At the beginning (1878) he was building in the Eastlake or Stick style, then they turned to Colonial Queen Anne, boarded gables, gouty colonnettes and extreme ornamentation in what can only be described as an exuberant free style. Then a flirtation with the Colonial Revival or Shingle style, the château style, the Georgian Colonial Revival, and Beaux-Arts Classicism. Later he turned to regional Mission Revival (based on Spanish Colonial architecture) and around 1900 to the Arts-and-Crafts style. Whatever style used, it was never guilty of restraint. The sink appears to be in overall good condition I did not notice any major damage it looks to me at one point that there were a single hot and cold on either side and the spout in the middle. There is some mild chipping around the center drain and also some very mild pitting along the edge barely noticeable to the eye. I believe at one point it is possible that the sink had been re-done do you to a small little chip in the glaze in the front that shows the underneath enamel. Either way the sink is truly a gem this is the first time we have ever come across one quite like this. Tried to include all detail in photos. All items salvaged by Erics architectural salvage of LA located at 1540 W. Los Angeles, CA 90017. The item “Old Oversized Cast-Iron Pedestal Sink Mae West Style” is in sale since Thursday, April 18, 2019. This item is in the category “Antiques\Architectural & Garden\Plumbing & Fixtures”. The seller is “ericstiques2kmz” and is located in Los Angeles, California. This item can’t be shipped, the buyer must pick up the item.
- Material: Cast Iron
- Sink Style: Pedestal Sink