Rectangular White Ceramic Trough Drop In Sink Scarabeo Scarabeo 5133 Scarabeo 5133 Looking for a trough sink? This rectangular drop in sink is a perfect choice for your bathroom. With a long 40 inch basin, this sink can used as a long single basin or a double basin sink with two spouts. This white ceramic sink features an overflow and has the dimensions of 39.4" x 14.2". Drop this self rimming sink into your counter space for a perfect modern look. This sink is made and designed in Italy by luxury sink designer Scarabeo and part of the Teorema 2 collection. 5.00 5 InStock USD 630.00 The sink arrived on time and was packed extremely well. It looks as advertised, measurements were accurate. The project has not started yet, so how it holds up and works is unknown. The drain and trap are the same. Well packed, seems well constructed and the finish is beautiful. 5 5 1 The sink is beautiful. Came well packaged and in great condition. I cannot wait to have it installed. 5 5 1 answered all my questions 5 5 1 Order arrived earlier than expected. Packaging was amazing and sink was perfect. 5 5 1

Rectangular White Ceramic Trough Drop In Sink

Bathroom Sink, Scarabeo 5133-No Hole, Rectangular White Ceramic Trough Drop In Sink
Rectangular White Ceramic Trough Drop In Sink
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Rectangular White Ceramic Trough Drop In Sink
Scarabeo 5133-No Hole
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